Item # 51127 Gray Epoxy Primer BRAND: Eastwood

Eastwood Gray Epoxy Primer and Catalyst Gallons

Maintains good color hold-out on steel, aluminum, fiberglass, body fillers
Maintains good color hold-out on steel, aluminum, fiberglass, body fillers
Eastwood Gray Epoxy Primer and Catalyst Gallons is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 10.
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Eastwood Epoxy Primer Gray Gallon 1:1
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$46.99
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Eastwood Gray Epoxy Primer and Catalyst Gallons

Description

Eastwood Gray DTM (Direct To Metal) Epoxy Primer 1:1 primes and seals with excellent adhesion and corrosion resistance.

  • Can be used as a primer or sealer
  • Excellent adhesion and corrosion resistance
  • Fast Drying & Maintains good color holdout
  • Sand-able - 2-3 days
  • Applied Over Steel, Aluminum, Fiberglass, Body fillers, Existing finishes
  • Approximate Coverage Per Gallon: 140 SQ FT
  • Maximum operating temperature: 150 Fahrenheit
  • Made in the USA

Eastwood's Gray automotive epoxy primers are user-friendly, 2-component primer/sealer that dries fast and maintains good color hold-out on steel, aluminum, fiberglass, body fillers and existing finishes.

Specifications

MIXING RATIO

After shaking/stirring primer, thoroughly mix one part primer with one part catalyst. No induction time is required with this epoxy system.

SPRAY GUN SETUP
HVLP Gun Fluid Tip 1.4-1.8 mm Inlet Spray Pressure 25-30 psi
Conventional Gravity Fluid Tip 1.4-1.6 mm Inlet Spray Pressure 45-55 psi
Conventional Siphon Fluid Tip: 1.6-1.8 mm Inlet Spray Pressure 45-55 psi
APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS

Eastwood Epoxy Primer should be applied in medium wet coats, with a 30-minute flash period between each (at 70 °F). Typically, one to two coats is enough to achieve the desired 1 mil. dry film thickness, though more material may be applied as needed. Additional build requires longer flash periods between coats. Epoxy primer may be topcoated after approximately 30 minutes (wait 45-60 minutes after applying more than two coats), or up to about five days. After five days, primer MUST be scuff sanded prior to topcoat application. May be sanded (wet) the day after application. Wait two to three days before sanding dry.

Safety Information

Always wear eye, respirator and skin protection use in a well ventilated are consult MSDS for specific warnings precautions.

Customer Reviews

Rated 5 out of 5 by from Amazing Great primer. Not a professional and turned out great.
Date published: 2021-08-11
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great value Primer. Covers well, easy to mix and sprays easy. So far, it has dried hard and sands well.
Date published: 2021-08-11
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Owner Very nice layouts smooth. Almost looks as finished paint
Date published: 2021-07-31
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Questions & Answers

What is wait time for painting over without sanding?

Asked by: Byron
This can be top-coated up to 5 days without the need to scuff
Answered by: ZachC
Date published: 2021-09-13

Would the same spray gun tip sizes and air pressure be the same (according to your product instructions) if using an LVLP instead of an HVLP?

Asked by: dl0313
This will depend somewhat on the specific gun you use and its recommended settings; however your gun pressure should remain somewhat similar (usually between 22-25psi).
Answered by: Kelly H
Date published: 2021-09-01

Can I apply this on plastic bumper fillers and can I apply body fillers on this product or does it need to be sanded off to apply filler?

Asked by: Nick
Yes, this can be used on plastic surfaces such as bumpers- just be sure to apply a Plastic Adhesion promoter first. Body fillers can be applied over this without issues.
Answered by: Kelly H
Date published: 2021-08-12

can epoxy primer be thinned out to be used as a sealer? if so can it be tinted? what is suggested to tint it with?

Asked by: yeah dawg
Yes, it certainly can. Mix this at the 1:1 ratio with the catalyst then reduce this by 20% with any of our Urethane reducers. This can be tinted or the color altered by mixing in any of our other Eastwood Epoxy primer color options; but we can not recommend anything else for this.
Answered by: Kelly H
Date published: 2021-08-21

I sprayed the car after sand blasting. Then did some metal work.  I need to spray the new bare metal. It has been more than 5 days. Do I have to scuff before putting DTM/Epoxy on top of DTM/Epoxy?

Asked by: Ken65
Yes, it is fully cured at this point so the existing will need to be abraded/sanded prior to proceeding to generate a mechanical bond between the products.
Answered by: Kelly H
Date published: 2021-08-12

Which primer is better to use this Epoxy or Low Voc Urethane? Thinking of going with a Single stage Urethane paint.

Asked by: Bob76
The two primers referenced are different types completely. Epoxy is a sealing primer and Urethane is a high build primer for block sanding. Please contact us in Tech if you have further questions regarding this. We can be reached by emailing tech@eastwood.com or by calling 800-343-9353.
Answered by: Kelly H
Date published: 2021-08-12

Can this Epoxy Primer be spay-on over your Rust Encapsulator, Then top coat with a Urethane Single stage Paint. Or what would you recommend.

Asked by: Bob76
Yes, our Epoxy and SSU paint can be used over this without issues.
Answered by: Kelly H
Date published: 2021-07-21

Can you mix black epoxy primer with gray to make the gray a darker shade?

Asked by: Andy
As long as they are both the same type of Epoxy primer from us this would be fine to do.
Answered by: Kelly H
Date published: 2021-06-28
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Eastwood Gray Epoxy Primer and Catalyst Gallons

Starting at$124.98

In Stock