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Re: CIH primer

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dr sportster

04-02-2014 14:26:46

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I go on several custom paint forums and a few pistriping forums. . When these questions come up the answer will be " do a sprayout on a test panel before shooting the vehicle.". This makes sense as if it does not work you have only ruined a 12x18 sign blank.

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Tedd R

04-02-2014 14:40:17

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 Re: CIH primer in reply to dr sportster, 04-02-2014 14:26:46  
Thanks and I will do that. I need to learn more about 2k epoxy primer as that may be what I should use on the rest. Most of the old paint will be removed on the tractor. Next question is can I use epoxy primer over the area I have the CIH primer on?

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04-02-2014 14:49:21

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 Re: CIH primer in reply to Tedd R, 04-02-2014 14:40:17  
im gonna give you some advice as a professional and body shop owner. what ever paint you are going to put on it, pull the msds sheets from the paint supplier and see what they recommend. stay in their paint line unless you know for SURE that different mfr materials are compatible. if you dont , disasters can happen, and you end up stripping everything off and starting all over. i would not shoot 2k over a modified alkyd primer.

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dr sportster

04-02-2014 20:18:16

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 Re: CIH primer in reply to glennster, 04-02-2014 14:49:21  
Sticking to one company products is something I learned early on. Just eliminates so many variables right off. Stick to advice from a pro.

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