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Old 03-29-2009, 10:19 PM
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What Brand Epoxy Primer under HOK Base?

Can I use SPI Epoxy Primer and polyester primer under HOK sealer and Shirmin base? I'm doing the primer and block work and having a professional do the rest.

Should I stay with HOK DP 2000 Epoxy? Does HOK have a polyester filling primer or can I use another?

I was going to use Deltron DPLF primer but I'm unable to get it do to new regulations in S. Cal

Any advice is appreciated.
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Spi is good under anything.
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Why are you using polyester filler/primer?

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I wanted to use the polyester primer for filling minor imperfections and to block sand prior to the sealer coat.
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I wanted to use the polyester primer for filling minor imperfections and to block sand prior to the sealer coat.
2K primer would be a better choice and much more durable.

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