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Old 07-01-2006, 01:21 PM
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Can I paint over sealer after 30 days?

My K36 high build and blocking is complete. There are a couple of exposed areas where I hit the underlying epoxy primer (not enough for me to worry about). Can I apply sealer right now and paint in a month or so? Provided that I scuff it up of course. It is okay to sand sealer right?

I do not want to use epoxy or K36 as a sealer. I am using PPG product so whatever the PPG's sealer is is what ill use

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Very bad idea and there are a lot of reasons why, a true sealer is a different ball game altogether.

If the car is staying in the garage leave as is.
If the car is going to be driven you must seal it with the epoxy or you will have a pack of problems down the road, either during your paint job of after its painted.
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Thats what i needed to know. Thanks
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