Topic: Re: epoxy primer wait time
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I also use the Nason Ful Poxy first before bondo. Depending on weather conditions when it is thoroughly dry enough to topcoat it's dry enough to bondo. Then I only spot reprime where I have been sanding the bondo. The next step, I coat the entire project with Evercoat Featherfil for sanding and leveling. With this product there is no recoat window to contend with and sands very will. On sheetmetal work where I'm uncertain if the bodywork is correct or not I use two different colors of Evercoat alternating color with each coat as a guidecoat to find the high and low spots. When I'm satisfied with the primer it can be topcoated with most finishes without recoating with epoxy again. I normally use Nason 2K Urethane.
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