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Old 10-13-2005, 08:24 PM
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Basf R-m Line Epoxy Primers

Has anybody used basf r-m line epoxy primers?
If so how good is it?
The guy at the paint shop said it can be used for all three epoxy/surficer/sealer.








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Old 10-14-2005, 06:06 AM
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Most all epoxy primers can be used that way, generally I use a 2k
for surfacing because it builds and sands better.
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I have used RM Diamont base and clear before... I was impressed with it as well... I dont see why the epoxy would not be good too, but I have not used it... I am sure someone here has used it before, remember not all of a companys products are as good as some of the other ones they may carry... Lets find out about this epoxy, shall we

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That's all I used until I tried SPI epoxy. The RM epoxy works good, no problems. I like the SPI alot better. I think it flows out better plus it is about 1/2 the price. You can't beat SPI black epoxy.
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You can't beat SPI black epoxy.
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i think rm makes good quality products. i use alot of their base. only problem i have with any of their stuff is price. maybe i am just spoiled from using spi. paying low prices and getting the same quality product.
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We used RM at the last place I worked. It was a good product, although I am also partial to SPI. The stuff goes on good and does sand well, so if you have it already(money spent, can't return it, or don't have the time) I would go ahead and use it.

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Thank you all for all the info, you guys are a big help!
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I use R M's DE15 epoxy.Havent had any problems so far.
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