For bare metal, I would shoot everything with an epoxy primer with the required catalyst. About $100 for the Summit epoxy primer and catalyst would get you two gallons mixed. You can go over that with a body filler or high build surfacer primers. Or instead of epoxy primer you could use an etching primer on the bare metal, than a high build surfacer primer, which would save you a little money. The epoxy primer is the best way to prevent any rust return, moisture can't get through it. You can also use epoxy primer as a sealer primer sprayed right before final paint, so pick a epoxy color that will minimize the amounts of the final color coats. Use grey for dark silvers, or white for light silver.Bro. Caddylackn, and Others,
what would you recommend for a "coating" for body parts that were just sandblasted? While the humidity level here and the Great Salt Desert is comparatively low, thing can rust.
Not knowing which paint type, single or double (Sounds like Oreo's), Urethane or John Deere, I need something an inexperienced applier can spray to protect the bare metal.
Thanks in advance,