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Old 01-10-2015, 05:34   #1
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Is it one part or two part deck paint?

About to embark on a much needed deck paint project. Following the advice of the manufacturer, I will be using a two part (epoxy) primer before the epoxy paint. However, it says not to use the primer over one part paint. Question; how can you tell if the existing deck paint is one or two part? I'm trying not to buy a whole kit to test.
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