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Looking to to shoot epoxy primer on a few parts.

Rad Support and Inner Fenders

 

Where can a guy buy something that wont break the bank and will have no issue with accepting a base/clear down the road?

I was looking at Eastwood Products but Frank Hawke has retired and I don't think there is any other Canadian Eastwood Supplier.

 

I really do not want to continue with spraying parts with Tremclad Red Primer. no

 

Any and all ideas will be appreciated.

 

 

Lots of folks forget that before paint became so refined as it is in today market place it was once all industrial product.[still is in a sence]

With such said go to your local color your world or wall paper an paint supply store they will have epoxy primer at half the cost of your automotive paint body shop dealer..

They have the original grey an red epoxy primers that were used on many of the old cars back in the day I:e grey an red were used on gm an mopar as well as ford.

Yes black epoxy as well.

Any one that builds trailers or sandblasts for a living buys their paint products there.[if not they should]

 

Shhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh its a secret!!biggrin



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Is it an activated epoxy? What do they call it as far as product name? Curious minds want to know?

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Ground Pounder wrote:
Epoxy Primer
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Where can a guy buy something that wont break the bank and will have no issue with accepting a base/clear down the road?

I was looking at Eastwood Products but Frank Hawke has retired.

 I really do not want to continue with spraying parts with Tremclad Red Primer. no

 Any and all ideas will be appreciated.

 

 

Go to your local color your world or wall paper and paint supply store they will have epoxy primer at half the cost of your automotive paint body shop dealer..

They have the original grey and red epoxy primers that were used on many of the old cars back in the day, black epoxy as well.

 

 


 

What part of this puzzle am I missing?

You seem to be asking where to buy epoxy primer because you are tired of using Tremclad then finish your post by telling us where to buy epoxy primer ... I think.

I gotta ask, why would you use Tremclad primer in the first place if you know where to buy epoxy primer for 1/2 price?

 



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Pete Moss wrote:
Ground Pounder wrote:
Epoxy Primer
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Where can a guy buy something that wont break the bank and will have no issue with accepting a base/clear down the road?

I was looking at Eastwood Products but Frank Hawke has retired.

 I really do not want to continue with spraying parts with Tremclad Red Primer. no

 Any and all ideas will be appreciated.

 

 

Go to your local color your world or wall paper and paint supply store they will have epoxy primer at half the cost of your automotive paint body shop dealer..

They have the original grey and red epoxy primers that were used on many of the old cars back in the day, black epoxy as well.

 

 


 

What part of this puzzle am I missing?

You seem to be asking where to buy epoxy primer because you are tired of using Tremclad then finish your post by telling us where to buy epoxy primer ... I think.

I gotta ask, why would you use Tremclad primer in the first place if you know where to buy epoxy primer for 1/2 price?

 


 Awe ,Yes Pete such was posted on the other board.http://ontariorodderscomunity.activeboard.com/t64138751/epoxy-primer/

Thought i'd drag errrr over here to address anyone else looking for savings in relation to product.



-- Edited by Ground Pounder on Thursday 23rd of November 2017 08:48:23 PM



-- Edited by Ground Pounder on Thursday 23rd of November 2017 08:49:22 PM

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slab wrote:

Is it an activated epoxy? What do they call it as far as product name? Curious minds want to know?

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 Is it an activated epoxy= Yes

What do they call it as far as product name?= i'll get back to ya shortly.



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