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Tinting Hot Rod Black with 2k primer?

Is it safe to tint the eastwood hot rod black with the martin senour crossfire 15222 2k primer? he wants to make the hot rod black a little less black. i'm pretty sure that the 15222 is a urethane primer (the tds doesn't say). it does not require a sealer when sanded with p600. the ratio will be very low, probably something like 1:100 primer:black.

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Is it safe to tint the eastwood hot rod black with the martin senour crossfire 15222 2k primer? he wants to make the hot rod black a little less black. i'm pretty sure that the 15222 is a urethane primer (the tds doesn't say). it does not require a sealer when sanded with p600. the ratio will be very low, probably something like 1:100 primer:black.
I don't think I would like to try that as I believe the Eastwood is acrylic enamel..those 2 materials would not do well together..+ making black lighter can be a bt hard to do..if you have some Eastwood white now that could work..

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