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07-09-2007 06:34 AM
indyracer Kinda what I was thinking. I was really just not too sure about using this lacquer based paint over epoxy. Sounds like you can seal about anything with epoxy and then put about anything over it. Great Stuff!!!
07-08-2007 10:12 PM
Countilaw Epoxy primer is only a sealer/bond enhancer. It has not fill properties at all. You should use the epoxy on the bare metal or to seal any paint that you are going to be painting over. Use the Duplicolor primer over the epoxy to fill any imperfections and then apply your top coat.
Frank
07-08-2007 08:44 PM
indyracer
Question about dupli-color "paint shop"

I was thinking about using the paint shop series from dupli-color to do my interior. What I would like to know is if I can use epoxy primer then shoot the dupli-color over it? If so, do I need to use dupli-color's primer over the epoxy first?

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