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Evercoat® Featherfill G2 Gray Gallon

Need more filler over self-etching primers? Use FeatherFill® G2™
Need more filler over self-etching primers? Use FeatherFill® G2™
Evercoat® Featherfill G2 Gray Gallon is rated 4.0 out of 5 by 7.
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Evercoat® Featherfill G2 Gray Gallon

Description

Feather Fill G2 is a high solids polyester primer surfacer that is VOC compliant. It is specially designed to hold down body repair areas and provide an excellent foundation for any paint system. It has excellent adhesion to fiberglass, SMC, body filler and wood surfaces.

  • High Build Formula with minimal texture on surface
  • Excellent adhesion to fiberglass, SMC and wood
  • Fast Dry-to-Sand time reduces cycle time
  • Waterborne compatible and VOC compliant
  • MEKP Activator included

Many shops commonly apply self-etching primer to bare metal surfaces. But most polyester fillers and epoxy primers should not be applied directly over self-etching primers. So what do you apply when you need additional filling? Feather Fill G2 is the answer.

Specifications


SUBSTRATES:
Fiberglass
SMC
Rigid Plastics
Body Filler or Putty
Epoxy Primer
Self-Etch Primer (extends dry-to-sand time)

NOTE: All bare metal areas larger than one inch in diameter must be treated with a high quality self-etch or epoxy primer.

MIXING:
- Shake and stir thoroughly before mixing
- Add one tube (.75 fl. oz.) liquid hardener to one quart of Feather Fill or 2% by weight and mix thoroughly
- Pot Life is 35 minutes @ 75°F (24°C)
- Do not leave product in the spray gun for longer than 45 minutes

APPLICATION:
- Use a primer gun with a 1.7 to 2.2 fluid nozzle/air cap (Spray at paint gun manufacturer’s recommended air pressure)
- Apply 2-3 medium wet coats allowing 5-10 minutes flash time between coats

FINISH:
- Ready to sand in 75-90 minutes depending on film build
- Applying over self-etch primer could add 4-6 hours to the dry time
- Once dry sand Feather Fill with 400-600 grit sandpaper prior to next step

Contents

1 Gallon of Gray FeatherFill®
4 Tubes of activator

Accessories

14065 Additional Hardener

Customer Reviews

Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Product I sprayed this product on my 76 Vette a couple days ago and sanded on the finished product today and am ready to give my review. Excellent if you do the below Use a big tip, 1.8 minimum I live in Houston, G2 does not like to be in hot environments once activated unless reduced, I wasted a quart learning this, and had to switch to my finish gun after changing its tip due to primer gun being plugged up. Wont take much reducer, but you'll be thankful you did, I had no issues after that. It has excellent fill qualities for small stuff and the color makes it easy to find spots that need a little more work. Sandability it excellent with 400 and it comes out like glass. Very happy with this product, will us again
Date published: 2019-06-01
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Featherfill info and best usage. To help out with what featherfill is, and is not, I hope this may help. Featherfill is really more of a sprayable body filler than a primer. It has a hardner more like fiberglass resin or body filler than a paint catalyst. When pushed, Featherfill can do wonders... You really could spray it over 36 grit and never see it come back, but stick to 80 greit finishing. When Featherfill is properly dry, it's done... it will not shrink months down the road or show sand scratches. However, it is a body filler, and one that does not like to be on bare metal. So finish off your body work, hit it with a good epoxy primer to seal it off, and then spray the feather fill. Use a big gun, seriously... a 2.5 will have you looking for more, don't even think about that junk 1.4 gun you have laying around, it's not going to work! Once dry, dry block with some nice foam Dura-Blocks with 180 and finish with 320. Follow this with a good 2k surfacer primer. Remember, body filler... not primer, you will want to finish it with a primer before paint.
Date published: 2017-07-16
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Featherfill G2 Gray Primer - Really Good Stuff! Good primer with high fill characteristics. Be sure and really stir up the container because there are a lot of solids on the bottom after the container has been on the shelf a while. Can be thinned with Acetone, which is the best to slow down the drying time. Add the Acetone if you are spraying in summer temperatures like we have here on Texas mornings (88 to 95 degrees F.) Use a 2.0 mm nozzle as a minimum, because this stuff is quite thick. Flows on very nicely when thinned. Use two coats to cover any body fillers. Dry sands (220 grit) without clogging the paper. One more coat, then 400 grit and then the topcoat. Very good product. Cleans up with Acetone.
Date published: 2012-07-10
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Questions & Answers

I’m using Evercoat Feather Fill Polyester Primer. I have put one good coat on my car when had a issue with my gun. So to put a second coat on what would I need to do prior to doing this when it has been several hours since first coat was sprayed on.

Asked by: Wrtyman
You will need to scuff up the primer after 90 minutes. then apply your second coat.
Answered by: Bob G
Date published: 2020-07-13

Per below question which sealer would you recommend so I can get it on the way, my color has changed, I have y'alls feather fill and Pure White on the way now, then finishing with tropical sunset pearl and yalls high end clear.

Asked by: Lardog Houston
We recommend using our Epoxy primer reduced by 20% with Urethane reducer and applying this as your sealer coat. White Epoxy would be ideal in this scenario.
Answered by: Kelly H
Date published: 2020-01-28

I am wanting to go with Chop Top Silver on my Vette, can it be sprayed over the feather fill once sanded, or should I add another step in between for best results on my base coat.

Asked by: Lardog Houston
It is always best to apply a sealer coat. here is why. Most likely you would either get a lightly ringed area around the filler or would get both the ring and pop marks as the paint would react to the filler. The biggest key to a perfect paint job is prep. With out proper prep ANY paint/ paint job would turn bad
Answered by: Bob G
Date published: 2019-08-11

Can I topcoat directly over Featherfill G2 with acrylic enamel? I seen folks saying you can topcoat with acrylic lacquer or urethane enamel but am wondering if it is the same for acrylic enamel.

Asked by: Brad
The Feather Fill will accept a lot of different top coats. We have not tested this product while using acrylic enamel. Best thing to do would be to try this on a small test panel, to see if there is any chemical reaction.
Answered by: Bob G
Date published: 2019-07-30

Can you recommend a good 2k black primer to go over the feather fill? A part number would also be helpful. Thank you!

Asked by: Armand
We offer a 2K in a Aerosol Item #14790Z https://www.eastwood.com/eastwood-s-2k-aerospraytm-epoxy-primer-gray-black.html We do have a 2 part primer to use with your spray gun Item #14003ZPA https://www.eastwood.com/eastwood-4-1-urethane-primer-black-gal.html
Answered by: Bob G
Date published: 2020-10-10

I sprayed the G2 about 4 days ago. Mixed as per the TDS. It’s sandable, but gums up the 80 grit quickly. It seems cured but has me concerned. Should I strip it or DA with 80 and spray it again. Or should I put a radiant heater on it?

Asked by: DanDrak
It sounds like this primer has not fully cured yet. Please keep in mind the recommended curing times are relatively accurate when mixed accordingly and at a 70F ambient temperature. Lower temperatures will increase the full cure time.
Answered by: Kelly H
Date published: 2019-07-30

can I paint my base color over feather fill G2 ? or do I need to shoot epoxy primer first the base coat? thx

Asked by: franko
You can certainly paint your base coat over the feather fill g2.
Answered by: SeanW
Date published: 2019-07-30

i sprayed and block sanded this last fall then sprayed the second set of coats last fall and block sanded this spring. I am ready to spray the 2k primer surfacer now as a sealer but do I need to worry about moisture having been absorbed through the air?

Asked by: johnK
Unfortunately polyester primers will absorb moisture through the air. The only option now would be to remove the primer and start over to ensure good product. In the future we would recommend sealing up the Poly primer with our Epoxy if you know it will be sitting for a long time.
Answered by: Scott C
Date published: 2019-07-30
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