It might....if your sanding is done with consummate care and evenness. If not, you can always try another re-coating. However the paint your using, and the method of application (rolling) both conspire toward making a perfect surface at best problematical.
I've said it all before and it bears repeating.(Disclaimer: Gorilla33...this rant is not specifically directed at you....just tossed out agian as the product of my own frustration at seeing a deserving DIY'er come up short.)
I spent almost two years advocating the Roller method over spraying....resisting the known value and results properly spraying a screen provides. My motive was less cost more than ease and dependable results. There were no inexpensive Electric HVLP Guns in 2003, and the cost of a capable Compressor Tank/Gun/Hose/Filter rig averaged $400-500. I felt (...rightly so...) that such an expense was out of hand in keeping with the DIY'ers mandate of keeping things ridiculously inexpensive.
Then I saw personally how over-achieving one of my paint apps (MMudd) could be if sprayed and the decision was a no-Brainer. Better to constrain my efforts toward convincing people of the worthiness of spending more for exceptional results than beating my Keyboard to pieces trying to instruct people on how to effective roll a perfectly smooth, blemish free surface. I mean really....I spent far more time telling people how to re-sand (...even "Wet Sand" ) and re-coat over crappy results than I ever did introducing people to the art of DIY screen making.
Does this sound familiar?
Resistance to my efforts was epic. Those who advocated using Flat paints insisted that rolling was all that was needed. And essentially they were right...if a simple Flat latex was used. But no Flat latex paint delivered "over the Top" results, and that pinnacle was where I insisted most DIY'ers deserved to be.
The came the Wagner Control Spray and all that changed. Affordable (almost silly so...) and easy spraying became a reality. And today with the Graco units, the cost is under $40.00 ! Yet still, some remain fixated on how much trouble it is to mask off an area with inexpensive plastic....or spending that $40.00 for the Gun in the first place.
Yet few can ever get away with spending any less if decent Rolling supplies are bought. And the cost of "Good Paint' only adds to the expense.
It would seem that the posted results by so many who have sprayed successfully at that price-point often has no bearing on the Noob's belief that rolling is easier (...it is NOT!
) and less expensive (...it seldom is...). Worse still, by the time such truths become evident, the DIY'er who has repeated issues rolling often has spent every bit as much or more on a "less than optimal effort" as the DIY'er who sprayed who nailed it the first time out.
Of course mistakes can be made using either method....and both methods can deliver great results. But the odds always favor Spraying as being the most dependable method.
Gorilla33, your awfully close to where you wanna be. A Re-do might get you there. That choice is yours to make. I'm sure you know that I and everyone else only want your effort to garner you complete satisfaction. But this is about the end of the road as far as being able to offer you any useful assistance. I know you know I sincerely hope you can achieve the perfect surface you deserve.