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Is epoxy sealer suppose to be shiny?

I shot my trunk lid with epoxy sealer. The finish is satiny almost glossy. How am I suppose to expect some kind of high-build primer to stick to fully cured epoxy sealer? Its way to slick. I suppose I need to scuff it up?

I'm only doing a panel at a time because that's my only choice. How do guys shoot a whole car with sealer and then primer it? Do they shoot the primer on before the epoxy fully cures or do they wait till it cures and scuff it?

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Yes,It will semigloss on you.
Most epoxy has a recoat window for recoating,chemical bonding.
After that,it should be scuffed with a red scotchbrite before applying 2K,mechanical bonding.
I will scuff it anyway as I prefer to let epoxy cure a day or 2 before applying anything to it. I have had some lifting even though it is still in the recoat window. More work,but so is having lifting later.

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