Originally Posted by wyomingclimber
I actually have had a problem with my paper clogging as though the primer wasn't fully set up in places. Impossible, though. I painted the thing in the middle of the summer and it sat around for months in 80 degree weather.
Overall, I wouldn't use the Nason 2k again. It was really hinky to use and now I'm just praying there's nothing wrong with it that could cause me problems down the road.
Is that Nason the yellow primer?
Because I have a friend that uses that, and I was pretty impressed by how fast you could sand it and not have it ball up the paper, and it had a nice fill to it to.
I was thinking about switching to it, because K36 takes so long to cure.