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Old 11-13-2005, 09:42 PM
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OK...guys thanks for weighing in so fast....I'll take your advice and stick with the Nason product over the 2540s primer as recommended by the store. Actually now have the first coat of primer on the chassis....I'm afraid however that I rushed in to the project too quickly....It was raining out and I had no place to test the new gun.....The first few minutes was nothing but spitting and sputtering....A few minutes into the job however and I was shooting paint like a pro....well maybe a pro's helper...I'm afraid however that the few minutes of spitting and sputtering took their toll and I now have areas where the paint thickness varies due to the inconsistent application of paint. I note from the spec sheet that this is a non-sanding primer. So, question is...how can I straighten out the bad spots and improve overall leveling of the primer before moving on to the topcoat?

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