Guys you would not believe some of the calls i get on tech line, example, I was told to use 2k direct to metal urethane primer and do all my body work over it???
Or i went to a paint school (those who can do those who can't teach) mainly to find out how to do my old vette as our shop never does...
I question the medallion weld through being state of art as weld through primer is nothing but Zinc and aerosol propellant.
normally 90% to high 90's in Zinc, the more Zinc the less sparks.
Now someone has come out with a copper that all my reading is not as good.
Only a few months ago i read...
You can seal with epoxy at 25% and than spray the lacquer in about 4 hours if you wish.
You can spray over the 2k primer but make sure you sand the primer the same day you base it.
870 will work fantastic in the lacquer.
WELL, they have in the past said you could paint over it also with base, so I leave that of too you to take it for what that statement is worth.
Personally, if just a normal everyday job us it over bare metal, if a valuable car use over epoxy.
Lexus in past at the plant years back were wet-sanding clear and sending back through to re-clear, don't know if they still do or not.
A lot of the problem is cheapness on applying paint, think about it! If you can save a quart per car over say 3 million cars a year, that makes bean counters...
Well, simple test spray some and wetsand with any grit you want, rebase and clear.
be fair let it set few days and use 2" tape and see if pulls off.
Hope they did correct ,,,,BUT????!!!! I'd have to see it.
Only if as I figured from post it has been setting for a while, unopened should be fine but open primer activator once can is below the 50% mark can go down hill faster than other types.
It really a crap shoot, we just used one on neighbor dune-buggy that i had in basement for three years but it...