Eastwood Primer-surfacer– can it be left uncoated for a while?

Posted: May 28, 2015 By: larryq

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    larryq

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    I have a rusty truck I’m repainting, starting with rust removal (Eastwood rust converter, encapsulator and an angle grinder w/stripping wheel) and then with Eastwood’s primer surfacer.

    Problem– this truck will be sitting for a few weeks before I can actually paint it. Is the primer-surfacer ok being outdoors and exposed to the elements for that long? Is there an EW primer that can be left exposed for periods before painting over?

    Also, is there a trick to stirring the primer surfacer? My gallon can is six months old and I **** near broke my arm trying to mix it with a paint stick the other day. I do flip the can every couple of weeks but for the bondo resin that’s obviously not enough.

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