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Self-Etch Primer 11 oz. Aerosol


Part Number: 322-SP307

VHT Self-Etch Primer; 11 oz. Aerosol;
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VHT SP307 Self-Etch Primer 11 oz. Aerosol $9.99

VHT SP307 Details

Spray Primer

  • Superior Etching Ability On Bare Surfaces
  • Perfect For Spot Repairs
  • Maximum Adhesion And Corrosion Resistance
  • Dry To Touch In 30 Minutes / Handle In 1 Hour
  • Ideal For Metal/Aluminum/Fiberglass

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    VHT Spray Primers provide an excellent foundation with strong adhesion to intermediate and top coats for any enamel, acrylic, or synthetic lacquer paint. They're formulated to fill scratches/pin holes caused by sanding or body fillers and to create a corrosion barrier on bare metal. VHT Spray Primer air dries quickly; it can be sanded for multi-layer build-ups, the method used most by professional builders and restorers to obtain optimum smoothness on flat or contoured surfaces.

    These multi-purpose primers can be used on metal, fiberglass, masonry, wood, and most plastic. They're ideal for automotive, marine, aviation, home, farm, and industrial applications.

    How to Apply VHT Spray Primer
  • Do not spray paint in windy or dusty conditions.
  • Before starting, test primer with finish coat for compatibility. Do not use VHT Lacquers.
  • Mask off all areas NOT to be painted (paper should extend at least 18" from area to be sprayed).
  • For area to be painted, tape far enough away to allow room to feather the spray (placing masking tape too close will cause ridges).
  • Spot prime exposed metal, scratches, and pin holes with 2-3 very light coats of primer. Primer will dry in 30-45 minutes for sanding.
  • Gently sand with 400 to 600 grit wet/dry sandpaper. Make sure to feather all edges.
  • Rinse thoroughly, and wipe with a tack cloth. If imperfections are still visible, repeat process.
  • Spray primer in long, even strokes--lengthening each stroke to feather edges (thus minimizing the need for heavy sanding later).
  • For best results, apply finish coat 1-2 hours after final sanding.

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