Originally Posted by Arablenz
Thanks Steve for your reply and your latest photos look like you are doing a great job.
Thanks for your method Kelly , the only questions I had and I don't want to hijack Steve's thread but your method of doing a 2' by 2' then allowing to dry before doing the next section must be quite time consuming? Do you get the alodine adequately dry before painting within the 4 hours?
It's not time consuming, just blow away your rinse water with shop air and move on to next area. Two to three minutes each area. Just git'r done. Right before spraying primer make one last pass with shop air along any laps and crevises and blot any remaining droplets of water using a lent free cloth. Prime away.