To prime or not to prime

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To prime or not to prime

Post by Conrad »

I am heading to Germany for 4 years so my flyer will be stored in a garage for 4 years starting in Jan. I am getting ready to cloth the hull. Should I prime it or just leave it glassed?

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Re: To prime or not to prime

Post by galamb »

If it will be stored inside - away from sunlight - I would leave it just glassed.

Then when you get back you can rough up the last coat of epoxy, go with one more coat and carry on with however you will finish it.

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