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Old 05-03-2012, 11:24 PM
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Originally Posted by paint dude
We used to see this problem with epoxy primers as the take so long to fully cure, example Ppg's dplf with 401, it will flash and you can paint over it but it is still drying underneath, Then you put a clear over it and the shrinking begins, Change to a 2k sealer like Ppg Dps series or compairable and you will see this problem go away, I thought the same thing years ago as I was a believer in epoxy, use it as a primer not a sealer and your problems will be few.
thank you finaly something that make sense to me, personaly i dont care much for the omni brand epoxy primer every time ive sprayed it it seemed to always have a problem with something, temp wasent perfect, or the cat. was old, not enough reducer to spray right when mixed by the spec sheet. inproper air psi settings stated on the spec sheet. personaly i wont use it again on another high end job, ill use just regular base coat it serves as the same thing ans theres less problems. thnks for the advice
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