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Re: [T3] por 15 primer

In a message dated 10/21/05 1:31:44 AM Eastern Daylight Time, 
kevinhowlett@bellsouth.net writes:

<< I was curious has anyone tried the por 15 primer?  Such as this.  I was 
 considering it's use.
 here is the link to the product on ebay.
http://cgi.ebay.com/POR-15-TIE-COAT-PRIMER-GALLON-POR15-FREE-ITEMS_W0QQitemZ4582856030QQcategoryZ34204QQrdZ1QQcmdZViewItem >>

Yes, I've tried their Tie Coat primer. It's good for most paints, but it 
still requires auto-based primers to get a really good result with it. What I mean 
by this is, you have to use an automotive based primer over it, if you want 
use good auto paint. I've had a problem with lifting, in that epoxy primer will 
craze if tie coat is under it (like laquer does with some age, and a lot of 
sun). I've found that if I let the POR 15 coat dry for an hour and a half, then 
spray my epoxy (PPG's DP series) over it, then it it will bite in, and I 
don't need the tie coat. : ) I can now use regular auto paint (K-36, and Deltron). 
:D My thinking is that it's an extra step that just costs money. But if 
you're paint lawn equipment (like a wheelbarrow, or a shovel), then you might be 
better off with the tie coat (using a spray bomb after it). I hope this helps.

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