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Old 11-01-2006, 07:22 PM
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???? about epoxy primer/sealer

I found a real good deal on some epoxy primer/sealer its made by Kirker has anyone ever used this or should I go with dupont or house of color

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I have used their epoxy primer and I like it. It sands well after 2 or 3 days and It's all I used on my coupe. No high build or sealers.. just the epoxy and sanded it like it was build primer...JMHO.......GlennK
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i use it all the time it is very good!!excellent corrosion resistant, and it does sand like butter, it is as good as any epoxy ive used as far as price. it is actually better in my opinion than some of the higher dollar ones, give it a try you will like it, mike.
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All I am going to say is do a search on this forum for Kirker. It has been discussed, at length several times. Then decide if the cost savings is worth it to you. Also remember that the primer is the foundation of any paint job

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thanks for all the replies I going to get some and try it out
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You might as well go ahead and check out the paints and other supplies too. That way you won't have that much money in the job, when you have to do it again.

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