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Post by roky on December 21st 2007, 10:55 am

anybody have any experience with rolling on an epoxy or urethane primer-surfacer? -- am doing considerable bodywork, and will want to follow with a hi-build primer before topcoat, probably a 2-part urethane, or epoxy -- realize these are usually sprayed, but can't do that in present location, and anywhere, who wants to breathe those fumes

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Re: rolled on primer

Post by Matt on December 21st 2007, 11:03 am

Rustoleum makes several different types of primers. Check out the link below:

Amazon Rustoleum Primer

As far as rolling it, I don't see any reason why you wouldnt be able to. The only thing I would suggest is not thinning it much if any at all. I don't see any reason to thin it and add multiple coats, just seems like more work to me. I would roll on one nice even coat and sand it level and smooth to prepare for the top coat color.

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Re: rolled on primer

Post by badbyrdkoncepts on December 21st 2007, 11:16 am

there is a product called "slick sand" it is a high build primer, should be able to get it from an auto body supply store, some ppl in fiberglass work have brushed this on and had really good results with it, the reason is its sands like chalk so its easy to get smoothed out. hope this helps.
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