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Old 09-28-2022, 08:03 PM
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I appreciate everyones input.

The reason for applying the epoxy primer is not for final paint...it's sole function is to protect the fiberglass from oil and dirt until it makes it to the painters...they'll sand it off and do whatever it takes to make it pretty.

My question was/is, do you think what's on there will protect it from oil/dirt?

And since my original post, I sprayed another coat of primer...
Do I think what's on there will protect from oil/dirt? Nope, because there are visible voids that can trap oil/dirt.

How long will you be flying it before your paint slot, i.e. not at all; phase 1; 12 months? That may influence how much protection you need.
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