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Old 12-31-2012, 08:31 PM
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primer what to do?

Ok so Friday I was getting ready to spray when I went to go warm shop up no heat..well got heat today&ready to shoot this is the deal I had just got done block sanding the primer.Since its sat over the weekend what do I need to do now to the primer before I paint?

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Read the data sheet for the primer you used.

We might be able to help you if you told us what primer you used.
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Its summits 2k high build a/u primer.
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Old 01-01-2013, 01:54 PM
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Nobody I really need to tackle this today
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Did you read the data sheet for the primer you used? One primer I use says it can be recoated up to one week, but it is not the Summit primer.

The data sheet will tell you the recoat window for the primer you used.
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Yeah I just read it says that after 18 hours it has to be abraided..so Ill do that tomorrow..I uad only hit it with a 1000..before I used 320 but the 1000 seemed to work just had to work a bit harder.Ill go ahead&hit it with 320 tomorrow.
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Just hit it with a scuff pad and tack off you should be fine if you had it ready to go before.
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If it is completely sanded... the next application should stick fine.

I think that would apply to almost any primer.

"Experts"... correct me if I'm wrong.
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If its a filler primer it will fill sanding scratches .
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