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Old 07-11-2006, 08:32 AM
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nason 412-08 acrylic lacquer

The nason 412-08 is this okay to use if i'm going with a bc cc
I have been using it over my epoxy primer
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Nah.

All lacquer primer is old technology and should not be used anymore.

Use a 2K urethane primer. Or, if you need a really high-build, use a polyester primer.
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This has been discussed a bunch and I think everyone (almost everyone anyway) agrees that there is just no real use for the stuff anymore except maybe as a guide coat. If you do a search on lacquer primer I think you will find all kinds of negative input.
From just a few days ago.
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Hey thanks, now from what i read on some past lacquer threads i need to sand off the lacquer primer and do it right.
since the only auto paint supplier around is dupont, can any one tell me what is a good high build sanding urethane primer that they have
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Hey thanks, now from what i read on some past lacquer threads i need to sand off the lacquer primer and do it right.
since the only auto paint supplier around is dupont, can any one tell me what is a good high build sanding urethane primer that they have
You might think about ordering primer from Southern Polyurethanes Inc. http://www.southernpolyurethanes.com/
Their products are very well liked on this forum.
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Since you have a Dupont dealer you probably have access to Nason so if cost is a big factor you might want to check out the Nason 421-20.
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Since you have a Dupont dealer you probably have access to Nason so if cost is a big factor you might want to check out the Nason 421-20.
Thank you OldRed, No, cost does not matter I just want to do it right. I used epoxy primer first, then the paint store got me using the acrylic lacquer I don't know what happend, they knew I was going with a bc cc. Anyway I only got just 1/2 way with the lacquer primer.
So tell me is the Dupont, Nason epoxy primer that I used going to be okay?
thank you all for your time.
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