Primer over rust preventaive for trunk.
will a self etch primer or epoxy primer adhere to a rust preventative that has been scuffed?
I treated my entire trunk with an eastwood product "rust encapsulator" prior to joining this site (wish I had known about the zero rust at the time) and I just scuffed it and I'm ready to prime it. I plan on top coating it with the same color as the exterior as the restoration progresses. (planning on PPG line).
So Im wondering if the epoxy primer I plan on using on my bare sheet metal will work on top of the rust preventative in the trunk area, or should I plan on a different primer for the trunk?
I'm not familiar with "rust encapsulator" but if it's a moisture cured urethane then you could probably scuff and epoxy prime then paint. However if someone brought a panel to my shop with this coating on it I'd probably strip it off before priming.