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Old 08-31-2005, 07:26 PM
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Re-epoxy on sand through??

I epoxy primed my fender and a couple of coats of 2K hi fill primer, once on the car I could see some problems that weren't aparent before painting. Sanding the problem out caused some sand through to the metal, should I reprime those areas with epoxy before the 2K? I'm not expecting final paint for a while so I'm thinking it would be best to epoxy it to seal it. What ya think?? Just trying to do it right and you guys always keep me pointed in that direction

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Old 08-31-2005, 08:19 PM
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I reprime with epoxy on cut throughs all the time. Seems like cheap insurance to me
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I reprime with epoxy on cut throughs all the time. Seems like cheap insurance to me

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Your right, not necessary but sure is cheap insurance, since you have the extra epoxy laying around.
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Epoxy it is... Have some other things to epoxy and will hit them all at once. I just wanted to make sure there wouldn't be any problems.

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i have been doing that too.
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