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Old 05-22-2008, 04:15 PM
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hot rod black primer

im going to paint 68 camaro using chromabase bc/cc. im painting it the same color which is glacier blue. can i just sand the clear, clean and just shoot the new paint or do i have to prime it? if priming is necessary, ive got #5401 HOT ROD BLACK-ACRYLIC LACQUER PRIMER SURFACER. my question is is this compatable with chromabase? also will it make a big difference weather i use black primer or grey primer, as far as color is concerened? thanks in advanced

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I think that I read somewhere that Glacier Blue (thats the light factory blue right?) had grey primer from the factory, It may be slightly darker with black primer.

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yes it is the blue factory color. how much darker do you think it will come out.
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I wouldn't use the laquer primer for anything. I would use a urethane primer in grey or buff color. You can check with the people that mix your paint and they will tell you the value shade of the paint and get the right colored primer to go with your paint. All the dupont reps. and expierenced painters/body men I have talked all say the same thing about the laquer based primers, they don't bond well with the paint and your paint job is only as strong as the weakest link, so if the primer doesn't bond well then your paint can chip off.
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