I would use a sealer product on those places first. Otherwise they may shrink and show up six months from now.
It said no sealer was needed because it's under the assumption that you're topcoating over the primer, not glazing putty. When you're applying anything over a filler it's a different story.samkin said:Thanks guys for the replies. I guess i will hit those places with some primer first thing in the morning. Nasons primer tech sheet said no sealer was needed before topcoating. So i will just primer again. Thanks again
You've raised a good point there IC,nobody has used that old nitro stain putty for soooo long that when you talk to any pro about putty we will automaticly think TWO PART PUTTY that needs a hardener....we really need to pay attention when anyone asks about putty That Nitro stain and pretty much ALL lacquer type products have absolutely no place in todays bodyshop...The only 1 part putty that was ever any good at all was an alcohol based putty from sikins called combi putty and on its best day was only half as good as any two part putty.But ALL of them need some primer over them other wise the bare putty or bondo spots will suck up the paint leaving a very noticable spot later on ...And you'll see everyone of them when your done....Irelands child said:My experience with a Nitrostan, an old standby, red putty/glazing compound without a seal coat is not good. It can and will raise, especially at the feathered edges as it is an old lacquer type product. If you are talking about a two part polyester putty like USC's Icing, for one you should have no problem. Here's the Evercoat, another brands list - http://www.evercoat.com/productcategory.aspx?cat=1 with the last one listed as a suspect lacquer based version