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Old 11-22-2008, 03:42 PM
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Originally Posted by Randy Ferguson
Hi Ron,
I've tried several epoxies over the years, and I have to say, the "big boys" just ain't got their crap together!

Southern Polyurethanes has the absolute best epoxy primer I've used. It sprays excellent, adhesion is great, it sands very well, and has exceeded the top brands salt spray tests by some 1000+ hours. It's an impressive product!!!

This will take you to their website and you will find online tech sheets link on the left column.

Randy Ferguson
Metalshaping & Kustom Paint
Hey Guy

I tried varies ways to get the companies webpage and came-up short.
Any other way that you can help me see there epoxy primers ?

Thank Guy


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buffer speed

ok this might seem like a ******* question but, how do you know when you have 1500 rpm speed etc set on a buffer. i have a dial in the handle 1-8 i keep it at about 3 sometimes 4
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is this thread too old to post a question? If not too old... should I prime old bare metal before adding scratch filler or vice versa. I wont need bondo,but I do have slight indents and light scratches. Thanks for helping a rookie!
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