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  • 02-07-2012, 10:34
    Skcollob
    Lechler epoxy, then ti green onto that, wet on wet. Saves sanding the epoxy. There is a special thinners for it but 2k thinners works fine. Tried PPG epoxy, didn't like it and needed lots of heat to go off properly.
    Jotun is great stuff but I only use it underneath, rock hard, no fun at all to sand, it's a different animal to your automotive epoxy.
  • 01-07-2012, 06:42
    Rustynut
    I get my Lechler epoxy primer from here

    Choose Car paints from the UKs biggest online colour database

    Looks a bit cheaper than from Metalflake this comes tinted grey, make sure you get the correct activator

    I use the Green TI on top of this, it sands really nicely
  • 01-07-2012, 05:38
    Plumpcars
    I've always used Lechler epoxy primer. Metalflake UK deliver it but the price is without a toner which you need to ask for as otherwise there is no body in the mix and you get clear gnats ****. Mine is done in a light grey but they will do other colours. You need 2:1 paint/hardener plus a drop of thinners.

    Metalflake - Welcome To Metalflake
  • 30-06-2012, 23:09
    loon
    i use lechler ti green, and nothing else when it comes to painting quality cars,
  • 30-06-2012, 22:45
    Doubledoyle
    Anyone got any experience with this? need to get the paint ordered, ive heard lechers stuff is meant to be good. Anyone got anyone good websites to look on?

    thanks
    Dale
  • 28-06-2012, 10:32
    Doubledoyle

    Which epoxy primer??

    HI guys

    im looking to use some epoxy primer on my car, ive been reading about Jotamastic 87 but is this only suitible for the underside?,
    i need to give the whole car a coat and need something suitable for everything?


    thanks
    Dale

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