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05-25-2012 15:26:14

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Ok, so if you had to choose between a white semi epoxy primer (which is sandable) or JD buff primer which would you pick? I will be using JD paint on top.


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05-26-2012 04:52:30

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 Re: Primer in reply to patsdeere, 05-25-2012 15:26:14  
stay with the john deere primer unless you got supplyed air john deere primer might help you to live a little longer

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05-28-2012 21:59:58

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 Re: Primer in reply to mike.l, 05-26-2012 04:52:30  
Thanks for the warning. I do have a supplied air system and don't know how I did it without it. What a lifesaver.

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05-29-2012 05:30:09

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 Re: Primer in reply to patsdeere, 05-28-2012 21:59:58  
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What are you running? How do you like it?

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05-26-2012 09:47:59

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 Re: Primer in reply to mike.l, 05-26-2012 04:52:30  
True epoxy primers do not usually contain isocyanates, but best to check the MSDS to be sure. The PPG versions do not.

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05-25-2012 16:52:45

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 Re: Primer in reply to patsdeere, 05-25-2012 15:26:14  
Use non-sandable (true) epoxy primer followed by a surfacer. What is the name of the sandable (semi)epoxy?

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