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Eastwood Gray DTM (Direct To Metal) Epoxy Primer 1:1 primes and seals with excellent adhesion and corrosion resistance.
Prep body panels for painting quickly with Eastwood Epoxy Primer and Catalyst. This direct-to-metal primer can be used as a paint foundation or as a sealer to prevent rust and corrosion. It’s ideal for custom-fabricated panels or parts that have been media blasted, plus you can also use it over fiberglass and body filler. The catalyst reduces drying time and increases overall hardness, getting your vehicle ready for painting sooner while also providing better long-term protection. With an easy 1:1 mix ratio, there’s no guesswork when it comes to preparation.
Trust our 2-component gray epoxy primer for cars when you need a professional solution at a DIY price. Buy a gallon of primer and catalyst to make two sprayable gallons, which covers up to 140 square feet of exterior sheet metal. You can even dry sand the primer after 2-3 days to repair minor imperfections in the body. For best results wipe down the surfaces with Eastwood Pre Painting Prep and a tack rag so they’re free of dirt, oil and contamination prior to spraying the primer. Remember, we have a 100% customer satisfaction guarantee on all painting products.
Eastwood Gray Epoxy Primer Features:
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.
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After shaking/stirring primer, thoroughly mix one part primer with one part catalyst. No induction time is required with this epoxy system.
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.
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