|03-28-2004 04:37 PM|
You can paint over the primer. But it is highly recommenced that you apply a good sealer over the primer, after it is sanded.
Primer is just used to fill scratches and leveling, like where you made a repair or are featheredgeing, the least amount you wind up with under the paint, the better the paint job will be.
Like blowing on flames says, you can get a flex additive at your paint supply store.
If you don't make mistakes. your not doing anything.
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|03-28-2004 03:27 PM|
|Blowing on Flames||
Follow the recommended procedures from the paint manufacturer on their TDS, PDS, or P sheets. (whatever they call theirs). Also your local jobber will have the recommended flex additive and instructions. Bryan
|03-28-2004 03:12 PM|
Using a Primer Sealer
Hey all. In about 2 or so weeks i am ready to paint my trans am. Right now i am just coating everything in primer. What i need to know is can i just spray my paint right on top of the primer? Or do i need to use a primer sealer over top of the primer, and then paint? I've heard a bunch of different things, and sure could use the help.
Also, any ideas on where to get a flex agent for the paint and primer for urethane bumpers?
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