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red oxide vs grey primer

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03-14-2006 11:36:52

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What is the difference between red oxide & grey primer. I have always used red oxide in the past, believing it to be more "rust resistant" is this true?

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03-18-2006 20:18:09

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 Re: red oxide vs grey primer in reply to AJC7, 03-14-2006 11:36:52  
Ya need to be usin epoxy primer.Thats what all body shops have gone to.Its the only primer that completely seals water from gettin down to the metal.Water will go right through all paint except epoxy. Thats also why bondo used to heave.It wasn't primed with expoy.

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03-15-2006 06:30:54

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 Re: red oxide vs grey primer in reply to AJC7, 03-14-2006 11:36:52  
I don't think one is more rust resistant but some paints cover better with grey vs red for me.

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03-14-2006 17:06:11

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 Re: red oxide vs grey primer in reply to AJC7, 03-14-2006 11:36:52  
The only reason I chose one over the other depended on the base coat being primer when painting white.~brad

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03-14-2006 16:29:45

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 Re: red oxide vs grey primer in reply to AJC7, 03-14-2006 11:36:52  
No difference...

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