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Old 12-29-2009, 07:19 AM
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Originally Posted by cutterbond
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.
It's gray. SelectPrime 421-19. I thought it sprayed very inconsistently and seems to have created an inconsistent finish. In fact, I had to strip it entirely off some areas and am redoing them.

If I had it to do over again, I'd have just used the SlickSand polyester filler--consistent, good fill. A little orange peel, but that's easy to knock down with a D/A before blocking.
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