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Old 08-08-2005, 01:30 PM
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Does anyone know where I can buy a gallon of the slick sand primer made by evercoat, no one around my area has it, i tried searching for it online, and it brings me to eastwood co that sales it by the quart, any sites, or links?

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Every warehouse stocks it and what that means is a jobber can order it with his normal everyday order for you, just ask.
PBE in that area has it in stock and probably all the jobbers buy from them in your area.
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this is probably real dumb and everyone knows but me but what does PBE stand for?
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Paint Body & equipment.

In the above case I should have said PBE Warehouse.
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Does anyone know where I can buy a gallon of the slick sand primer made by evercoat, no one around my area has it, i tried searching for it online, and it brings me to eastwood co that sales it by the quart, any sites, or links?

chris
I bought some from:

www.crashsupply.com

No problems with them at all.

Good stuff, btw.

Roger
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Paint Body & equipment.

In the above case I should have said PBE Warehouse.

thanks!! i feel dumb. should have been able to figure out that one out.
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is slicksand the same as featherfill?
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I have used the original Featherfill and Slick Sand but not the new Featherfill G2.

I much prefer the Slick Sand over the original Featherfill.
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The reason why I ask is because I went to that website crashsupply and heres the description
Slick Sand Low VOC Polyester Primer Surfacer
A high solids, extra high build polyester based primer surfacer that is fast drying and offers excellent adhesion to metal, galvanized metal, aluminum, wood, fiberglass, SMC and body filler. Ideally suited for large uneven surfaces. MEKP hardener included.

[U]*Slick Sand has been replaced with Featherfill G-2[B]
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The reason why I ask is because I went to that website crashsupply and heres the description
Slick Sand Low VOC Polyester Primer Surfacer
A high solids, extra high build polyester based primer surfacer that is fast drying and offers excellent adhesion to metal, galvanized metal, aluminum, wood, fiberglass, SMC and body filler. Ideally suited for large uneven surfaces. MEKP hardener included.

[U]*Slick Sand has been replaced with Featherfill G-2[B]
I checked out Evercoat's web site (www.evercoat.com). They still list Slick Sand.
I wonder if it has something to do with the fact that Crashsupply.com is in California. That state is very strict about VOC's.
Or, it could be that it is true and Evercoat's web site is out-of-date.
Anyway, I have read on this board that the G2 is an excellent product.
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Oops.
I thought they were in Cal. but they're in WA.
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I may give them a call tommorow, to see for sure, i need sum bad so I can finish up my truck.......
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