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Old 06-29-2014, 08:09 PM   #36 (permalink)
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Originally Posted by Old Mechanic View Post
I like the scotch brite pads on an electric drill. Looks like you used one on the last step.

Some urethane primer and block her down.

Just picked up a snap on air brush today at a yard sale, never tried one.

Yep I used a 3m scotch brite scuff pad on a 6" DA sander.

Last night I sprayed one coat of PPG DP90LF epoxy primer on the hood and bare metal spots and then this morning sprayed 3 coats of some Urethane K36 Primer Surfacer over the top of all the worked areas.

Now i will let that set until next weekend and begin the primer blocking stage.

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