This sale is for a gallon of fast dry grey 2.1 lbs/gallon voc epoxy primer (SMR-260G) and a quart can of epoxy catalyst (SMR-261).
The SMR-260 is 2.1 lbs/gallon voc and compliant everywhere.
The SMR-260 is a fast dry, easy sanding 2K epoxy primer with great color and gloss holdout.
- Easy 4:1 mix primer with optional 5-10% reduction with 0 voc reducer (SMR-0075)
- Excellent adhesion and corrosion resistance
- Can be used as a primer and a sealer
- Great adhesion to Steel, Aluminum, Fiberglass, Body fillers and Existing finishes
- Lays down super smooth at 4:1 or with optional 5-10% 0 voc reducer (SMR-0075)
- True 2K epoxy, no unreacted polymers
Clean surface with a Wax and Grease Remover. Sand metals or old paint with 180-220 grit and re-clean.
SPRAY GUN SETUP
HVLP Gun: Fluid Tip 1.3-1.6 mm, Spray Pressure 8-10 psi
Epoxy Primer should be applied in medium wet coats, with a 10-minute flash period between each (at 70 °F). One to two coats is enough to achieve the desired dry film thickness. Epoxy primer may be topcoated after approximately 30 minutes per coat, or up to about 3 days. After three days, the primer MUST be sanded prior to topcoat application.
This product was designed for and is intended solely for use by trained professionals. Read all
warning statements and heed all recommended safety precautions before proceeding.
DO NOT USE THIS SYSTEM WITHOUT SUFFICIENT VENTILATION. Users must wear appropriate,
properly fitted NIOSH-approved activated charcoal cartridge respirator if a forced fresh-air
system is not available. Always wear eye and face protection, as well as gloves and protective
clothing. Do not use this product, or be exposed to spray mist / vapors if you have respiratory
problems. KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN AND PETS.
This system comprises multiple components. Once mixed, this system will have hazards of all
components. Read warnings on all packages before opening.
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Using a 1.8mm tip and 25psi through a Husky HVLP gun it layed on very well, hardened in the time listed, and sanded like a dream, and most importantly stuck to the raw fiberglass, gel coat, old primer and paint from who knows when, even with my less than professional surface prep (I did prep the surface with glass cleaner, wax and grease remover 2nd and iso alcohol 3rd). And thank you Brad for the tons of help selecting and applying this and other Speedokote products!