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Nason Ful-Poxy Epoxy Primer and Painting

I recently had the frame and suspension arms for my 1961 M422 Mighty Mite blasted and Saturday I put two coats of Nason Ful-Poxy on it. This is the first time I've worked with epoxy besides painting large railcars. I will not be able to get the next coat (1 of 2) on it before the 7 day window has passed. I was more concerned with flash rust forming before I could finish the remaining work and put primer on her. What will I need to do to allow a strong bond between the next coat and the cured epoxy primer.

Since this is a military vehicle, I am not concerned with a perfect finish but something that looks factory. (I've seen runs in original factory paint).

I plan to put one or two coats of enamel on top of the epoxy on the frame and that's about all. There is still some work that needs to be done prior to the final coats and I should have that finished inside the next two weeks.

What will I need to do before putting the first coat of USMC semi gloss Olive Drab on her?



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Once outside the recoat window, I usually scuff with 80 grit lightly to ensure mechanical adhesion. You should be good to go once you scuff it.
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