filler over polyester primer
I was searching for prices on primer when i came across this fourm at paint supply site,
The polyester primer is basically spryable bodyfiller.. SO apply epoxy.. then next day apply polyester primer.. You will see where you are going to need filler.. So you can safely apply the filler over the polyester primer ( read a product like Evercoat G2 ) and not concern yourself with sand thrus and building a sandwich of epoxy and bodyfiller which in my opinion would be a major issue all in itself!!!!!!!!!!
Once you block it straight with that.. You can apply your 2k and block that or go to epoxy.. That would be your choice at that point!!
Does this sound like a good idea? I thought filler could go over bare metal and epoxy ,if i'm wrong i would sure like to know, thanks for your time.
No you are not wrong with that statement. The other part of your post is a little confusing for me so let me just say that I would put filler in areas that need it first, block it and then spray the Slick Sand or Feather Fill G2 over that as a skim coat.
Originally Posted by oneratsask
Thick filler can go onto bare steel that has been prepared with course scratches or over epoxy whichever you like. Slick Sand or Feather Fill needs primer first.
Is that what you were asking?