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Old 11-11-2005, 05:48 AM
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Originally Posted by evilone
Well I think my Q's have been A'd.I am working on a 77 vette,I have srtipped it and done all of my glass work,then epoxy primed it.Its kinda wavy all over so I wanted to prime it with the G2,and block it.Then I was going to DP20 prime it and paint it!Sounds like I was on the right track,I just wanted to get some other oppinions before I waste my time.Thanks for all the help!!!
You've got a good plan IMO. Applying the epoxy first will help seal that old dried up glass and all of your repairs. G2 will provide the fill you need to block out all your waves, and another application of epoxy will provide an excellent surface for your paint. It will last a very long time and hold an excellent gloss. If you've got some heavy blocking to do I'd start with 120 grit and plan to apply more G2 after that. When she's straight apply guidecoat and final sand the G2 with 400 grit to prep for your epoxy.
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