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|charlie kukral||I am near the point of priming my 49 B restoration and am getting many different suggestions about
what to use.
water based versus oil based?? anyone out here
have any suggestions.. and just for some background, here in Arizona, it is between 85 and 120 the next two and 1/2 months...
|bontai Joe||Your primer will be determined by what you are gonna use for finish coat. If you plan on using Deere Classic Green from Deere, then make sure the primer you use is compatable as it reacts badly with the wrong primer. If you are having your green mixed up at a paint shop, they should be able to tell you what will work with their paint. I've had some success (I'm NOT a pro painter) by using primer and top coat from the same manufacturer and listening to what the pros at the paint shop suggested.