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I'm using it on a very small job. How long should I let it dry before I apply the surfacer primer?
 

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The instructions do vary from product to product. Surely you can find the tech sheet for the brand you are using even if you have to call the company.

John
 

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The instructions do vary from product to product. Surely you can find the tech sheet for the brand you are using even if you have to call the company.

John
I looked at the tech sheet and it said nothing except that I can sand it after 12 hours. The company doesn't reply to emails or phone calls.
 

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That is sad but I understand. I switched to SPI (Southern Polyurethane Inc) epoxy a few years ago. One of the great things about that company is, the owner will answer the tech line.

It doesn't get any better than that.

John
 

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When in doubt, wait 24 hrs, scuff it and apply whatever you like.
Most epoxies scuff real easy with a red scuff pad after 24 hrs or more
and the red isn't to coarse if you're priming over it.
 
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