Two-pack primers are commonly used in the automotive repair industry and they are applied to vehicles for several different reasons. Because of their high solid content, two-pack primers are capable of producing a higher build which helps to achieve a flatter painting surface after it has been rubbed down. Etching properties also mean that two-pack primers will stick more readily to repairs and bare metal. A good two-pack primer will also repel moisture and alleviate the risk of corrosion for long periods of time.
Things You’ll Need
Latex gloves, Two-pack primer, Compatible hardener, Thinners, Mixing pot, Metal stirring stick with mix ratio markings, General purpose cloth, Paint filter, Paint spray gun, Cellulose thinners