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Old 02-22-2012, 09:52 PM
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Evercoat Slick Sand or Uro-Fill Primer Surfacer ?

I'm working on a 69 Charger. Have the unibody totally stripped and ready to go for metal work. I plan on having it media blasted. My plan was to have it sprayed with expoxy primer after they get done with their blasting. Not sure which epoxy to use but considering the SPI product or the PPG DP50LF. My bodyman told me he likes to use the Evercoat Slick Sand next. I read on their website that this is a polyester product good for covering larger areas and will cover pits ect. Forgot to mention that I will be painting the whole car underbody, trunk, engine compartment, interior, as well as the outside panels. I see that Evercoat also has a urethane primer surfacer called Uro-Fill. It says it is used for the same thing but didn't mention the covering large areas or covering pits. Would their be any problem with using the Slick Sand vs the Uro-Fill. I believe the body man uses Evercoat Rage Gold when doing the block sanding. And he uses Evercoat Metal-to-Metal for filling the rear quarter to roof seam (which was not leaded on my vinyl top car---had a rubberized caulk). Not sure what, if any sealer he uses. I plan on finishing painting the car with PPG Deltron 2000 BC/CC. Any comments on this plan greatly appreciated.

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I have used both the slick sand and the uro fil primers. I perfer the slick sand for all the blocking on the body, as some would perfer the 2K for the blocking. As far as priming all the nooks and crannies, under the floors, jambs etc. definatly go with the uro fil for those areas as it will lay down much smoother than the slick sand and make sanding those areas much easier.
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He's your body man....It sounds like you've read up a little and found that epoxy is best and the SPI is the best epoxy. Mabee if he tries SPI he'll have a totally different outlook. .....and we;ll have a new member in our little cult..
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