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  • 17-04-2017, 09:50
    blackpopracing
    Epoxy on bare metal, rub epoxy down with coarse grit and then filler. Epoxy on top of filler. Dry sand everything, no water until gloss is applied.
  • 17-04-2017, 08:54
    gasserpop
    Interesting thread ime now preparing the pop for paint and using epoxy primer. Do you paint the epoxy on before doing the filler work then another coat when filler work completed. Again background is the motor trade but materials have moved on so much
  • 12-04-2017, 21:10
    Paulkf
    Quote Originally Posted by thisYup View Post
    i second lechler Ti, great stuff, seals and easy to sand! BSB in strood stock it (depends where in kent you are!), or online!
    dont know what happened couldn't see my reply so posted again and my first appeared.
  • 12-04-2017, 20:08
    Paulkf
    Quote Originally Posted by thisYup View Post
    i second lechler Ti, great stuff, seals and easy to sand! BSB in strood stock it (depends where in kent you are!), or online!
    gravesend so perfect thanks
  • 12-04-2017, 12:08
    WB54
    Quote Originally Posted by Special When Lit View Post
    Anyone know if this stuff is any good?
    https://www.jawel.co.uk/index.php?ma...i1v6ev89t8r2k1
    yes it's good but very thick and need to be thinned right down to spray nicely
  • 12-04-2017, 07:00
    English Impala
    I use Jawels own brand 2K epoxy primer and that's okay
  • 11-04-2017, 21:25
    thisYup
    i second lechler Ti, great stuff, seals and easy to sand! BSB in strood stock it (depends where in kent you are!), or online!
  • 11-04-2017, 21:23
    Special When Lit
    Anyone know if this stuff is any good?
    https://www.jawel.co.uk/index.php?ma...i1v6ev89t8r2k1
  • 11-04-2017, 19:21
    Paulkf
    Quote Originally Posted by blackpopracing View Post
    Lechler epoxy primer - amazing stuff. Get it from Paints4U (IIRC) It needs its own activator & thinners. Can be applied with a wickes 4" gloss paint roller but will require more flatting off if so, or spray with a 1.8mm tip. You can use a 1.6mm tip but it will need a little more thinners.
    All normal safety precautions should be taken when using 2 pack.
  • 11-04-2017, 13:35
    blackpopracing
    Lechler epoxy primer - amazing stuff. Get it from Paints4U (IIRC) It needs its own activator & thinners. Can be applied with a wickes 4" gloss paint roller but will require more flatting off if so, or spray with a 1.8mm tip. You can use a 1.6mm tip but it will need a little more thinners.
    All normal safety precautions should be taken when using 2 pack.
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