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Old 02-09-2013, 02:27 PM
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Thanks - Wet on Wet; Does this mean I can spray a sealer and immediately after spray the paint? By sealer, is this just primer, or something special?
All you do is reduce epoxy primer so it lays down smoother. You do want to let sealer flash off a bit before painting, you don't want to trap solvents.

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Thats right,Spi epoxy can reduced up to 40% ..
.Lets say you have a new panel and sanded the primer but sanded through in a few spots,You want something on there to cover the bare metal but dont want to wait 24hr for the epoxy to cure,you just reduce it more,spray it and in about 15min or (as soon as you can nib out any dirt) you can shoot the paint...
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