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Old 04-30-2005, 12:08 PM
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has anybody used this stuff any good any tips

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It's a high-build polyester resin primer. A bud swears by it, just use a proper respirator for spraying and sanding, too! He says it needs a 2.2 mm tip.

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i've used a z-chrome that was a bondo. never heard of z-chrome primer. i think the bondo is pretty decent stuff , its supposed to have corrosion protection.
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I burned through a gallon awhile back and it did work great, strange color though yellowish orange. I do like Evercoats Feather fill 2G better.
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I used the Evercoat Slick Sand On my project and it is cool stuff. If I had of known how well it worked I could have saved a lot of time on bodywork. This stuff will fill like 60 grit scratches and leaves a thick enough coating that you can block sand out pretty much every bump and wave after just one coat. Its Kind of Like spray on Bondo that goes on perfectly even and smooth like a good primer. The other thing is that it sands really well. The Paper does not plug up and it takes no time at all to long board and entire panel perfectly flat.

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