|02-22-2012 02:47 PM|
Most primers do have an adhesion window for top coats, but you would need to check with your paint supplier.
If you are looking to keep the paint job simple and cheap, you may want to look into spraying a single stage paint that does not require a top coat. Leaves less chances for errors, as honestly clear coat is the hardest to learn how to lay perfectly.
Hope that helps!
|02-22-2012 01:30 PM|
I don't use epoxy primer.. so I can't help there.
Since it sounds like cheaper paint... I would suggest a blue tinted sealer... or a blue solid color, shot first... just in case the metallic doesn't cover very well.
|02-22-2012 01:22 PM|
|John Se||Your paint supplier will have a reccomended process. Follow it to the letter, you will be successful.|
|02-20-2012 03:00 PM|
Hey Hotrodders. I am attempting to paint a father son truck project. I am going to be using paintforcars auto paint. We are going to use the base/coat clear/coat paint. He is thinking about a medium blue metallic or a medium gray metallic. My question is should we use a epoxy primer/sealer in black so the paint will cover better? And can we use epoxy primer over some sanded but, not bare metal? Also, if we spray the epoxy primer/sealer do we have to paint within 24 hrs or less? Their website states best results and adhearing if sprayed within 24 hrs after epoxy primer/sealer?
Has anyoneever used this brand before? We are not wanting to spend to much on this because we have never sprayed this big of a project before, only small stuff like utility trailers and go cart frames, etc...