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Primer Cheat Sheet
DTM (Direct To Metal) primer offering excellent adhesion and sealing properties.
Great for after media blasting or paint stripping.
Etching Primer: Traditional DTM primer where acid in the primer
provides the extra bite to give you a solid layer to build on.
Primer: A sandable primer which allows for leveling out imperfections
typically sprayed over epoxy or self etching primer.
Primers: Think "sprayable body filler"... The trick the pros
use to get laser straight body panels and a killer paint job in the end.
Primer is the foundation for your vehicle’s paint job.
Understanding the different types of primers available and when and where to use each, will ensure your paint job is built on a solid foundation. From epoxy primer, self etch primer, high build surface primer, to ultra build polyester primer, Eastwood has the primer you need to get your vehicle’s panels blocksanded laser straight. Click play on the video above to get more information.
High-Quality Automotive Primers from Eastwood
The Best Primer Paint for Cars
Primer is the foundation for your vehicle’s paint job. No matter how good your finish looks when first applied, a good automotive primer is a must for keeping it that way. At Eastwood, we carry the latest paint and primers to Do the Job Right. We’ve developed our own high value primer for carsand also carry leading primer brands such as EverCoat, Durablock, SEM and EZ Mix.
Understanding the different types of primers available, along with when and where to use each, will ensure your paint job is built on a solid foundation. From epoxy primer and self-etch primer to high-build surface primer or ultra-build polyester primer, Eastwood has the primer you need to get your vehicle’s panels block-sanded laser straight.
The Latest Auto Primer Solution
These primers are available in many forms to help you Do the Job Right. You can order primer spray paint for cars or get our new OptiFlow Roll-On Primer System that doesn’t require a paint gun. Many colors are available as well, include black car primer, traditional gray primer and shades such as white and tan. Some cans of primer also come with an activator to further improve color hold-out and corrosion resistance. Call the tech experts at the Eastwood shop or visit the Eastwood Garage online for free, no-obligation advice about priming your vehicle. We’ve been assisting DIY restorers and custom car enthusiasts since 1978 with the right products and service.
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