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stripped my 135 now im stuck on how to paint it?
|jingle||My massey 135 is stripped and its ready for sand/soda blasting. when i get it back what is the next move? do i spray a sealer then primer then top coat or do i need to use red oxide instead of the primer? has anyone sent a stripped chasse to a body shop for painting? any advise would be great. thankyou.
|GEEBEE||The main thing is to make sure your primer and finish paints are compatable, your choice of finish coats will dictate which primer to use. I have had very good results using Dupont Variprime, this is an etching primer with good adhesion, for a finish paint i like Martin Senour Acrylic Urathane Enamel from NAPA
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