[DML] Re: Front grill
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[DML] Re: Front grill

Well, if you have scratches or imperfections in the grile, then yes
primer would give you the benefit of fillinf them in a bit.

So yes if you do have scratches, or imperfections, go ahead with the
primer, but if your grille is perfect to begine with, the primer isn't
necessary if prepped and cleaned properly.

It looks like brand new afterwards.

-Joe O'Brien

--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, "coreysmoo" <coreysmoo@...> wrote:
> Right...  Primer is not technically necessary.  But, it does help
the paint to bond to the 
> surface a lot better than paint alone.  Primer also fills in and
masks small 
> imperfections that would be visible if it was just paint alone. 
i.e. little scratches and 
> knicks that the sanding didn't get.
> So, no, primer is not technically needed.  But it definately helps
if you want the job to 
> be perfect, professional, and not like it was just blasted quick
with some spray paint.
> Corey
> 2423
> --- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, "Joe OBrien" <joeyoseppijoe@> wrote:
> >
> > The primer is really not necessary for a part that is already black. 
> > Properly cleaned and prepped, the black Krylon Semi-Flat Black works 
> > great.
> > 
> > 
> > -Joe O'Brien

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