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Old 03-25-2012, 07:12 PM
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Thats what you call production shop rush-rush. It will come back and bite you in the backside more times than not. This is just one that you know about now ask yourself. How many more like this do I have out there. Etch prime is 80's tec. better than just primer but not as good as a coat of epoxy first. I always let my primer dry overnight. I just add that into my time line to the job. If they can't wait that long for their car then they can take it some where else.That's why I no longer work in production shops. I retired a year ago and I love it. Now I work out of my shop out back and make my own rules. If it isn't done today maybe it will be tomorrow. I never use a heat light on anything. hated when I had to use one in a shop and used as little as possible. Only good heat light is pull out in direct sun light.They'll cause you more headaches then they help.

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