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Old 09-04-2004, 04:53   #1 (permalink)
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i was just wondering if just ordinary primer automotive will do for spraying side moulds and respraying front & rear bumpers plus a spoiler (metal) i know it wll work on the spoiler but howbout the rest

it will also be used on door handles, mirrors, garnish and a few other plastic things... so what you recomend? BTW i don't have the paint yet so what to get is flexible
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I think its called flexi-prime for the side moulds, and when i did my bars i used ordinary primer and it still looks good, over 1 year later
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On plastic any auto primer works. If the metals bare metal you'll need to use etch primer 1st, then primer and then top coat.

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plastic tech primer for just the plastics or Epoxy primer for bare metal and plastics - either one Is what I use .

but ordinary primer should hold up quit good aswell ..
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Fior the side moulds and the bare plastic on the bars, use plastic primer, then an undercoat, then colour.

Same for the handles and other bare plastic parts.
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