I am using an epoxy primer. It is catalized and cures chemically not by heat. The top coat is LP and needs an epoxy primer to prevent lifting. Also, there is a chemical bond required with LP and it has to be within 24 hours of primer application.
I think all will be good as I have painted other areas and boats with this paint
. The problem I was having was getting roundness and a smooth surface to my boom that had been sanded with flat power sanders in the past leaving flat spots in areas.
I agree with the long board. I own one and worked on my hull
with it. The problem I have is the "new epa cops" are watching every particle of dust in the water
as an attack on the planet. That air powered long board makes tons of dust. I need to figure out how to use it and not have a dust trail coming from my boat.
but I will add a picture as soon as I find it.
Has anybody painted with Sterling LP? It is easy after you get the hang of it.