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Ken Pridmore

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  1. So Fusion Primer cures to a very hard and durable coating ? Can Fusion Primer be left as is without worry of rust forming a year from now when I put the final top coat on ? It can be used in hard to reach areas and top coated a year from now without scuffing and still have the same bonding ? Here's my plan and maybe you can suggest the KBS product and process to use 1. I will be restoring small areas at a time. Maybe the wheel well area, maybe part of the frame, maybe the outside of a door. 2. As each section is repaired I'll clean it with KBS Clean and apply KBS Rust Blast. 3. Apply a coating of something (KBS Self Etch Primer, KBS Rust Seal or KBS Top Coat) to protect it for a year or so till I'm ready for the final top coat and color 4. A year or so from now I will top coat with final color. Some areas may or may be easily accessible for scuffing. Suggestions
  2. Why use Self Etch Primer if your Rust Seal or Top Coat can be painted over with a final top coat paint brand and color of my choosing ? I'm restoring a large old vehicle (1941) that was originally primed with a zinc dichromate primer. For the most part there is little rust anywhere and will scuff these areas up and prime. For the areas there is rust, I will repair, use KBS Clean and KBS Rust Blast followed with a primer. It will be approximately a year before applying a final top coat of paint brand and color of my choosing. I need a base coat that seals the bare metal until painting. So, back to my question, Why use Self Etch Primer if your Rust Seal or Top Coat can be painted over with a final top coat paint brand and color of my choosing ? Will any of them work as a base coat ? Ken
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