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epoxy on bare metal now what?

had the car media blasted then epoxy primed.
now what should we do?
some body work needs down so should we do that then spot epoxy or do the body work and then just prime it.
what is the next type of primer to use?
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do your body work .
from doing so you will have areas were you went back down to bare metal . spot prime the bare metal areas in with your epoxy then go over the repair with a filler primer .
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Some epoxy primers will have to be sanded and resprayed if you wait too long and the epoxy fully cures. Read the can to get recoat times and use a Compatible Urethane Hi Build fill primer over the epoxy.
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yes i think the epoxy i used needs to be scuffed then sprayed again..
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yes once a product dries or cures you will need to sand it to apply more .
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