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07-17-2009 08:39 AM
302 Z28 Yes reapply the SPI epoxy to those areas. The SPI can be feathers if need be then apply your sanding primer as suggested.

Vince
07-17-2009 05:29 AM
sunsetdart If you have bare spots, I would put a light coat of the SPI on those spots, then coat the whole vehicle with the 2K
07-17-2009 12:27 AM
pavetim
Spray after filler work?

I sprayed my SPI epoxy over my stripped and DA'd metal. Now I applied my filler and did my body work. Now I have nice smooth filler and metal spots from where I sanded the epoxy. Do I apply one more coat of epoxy over everything before I apply my 2K primer? Thanks.

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