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Interlux Pre-Kote is a great primer for epoxy boats built with marine epoxy. One thing it likes is a fairly rough (maybe 120 open coat production grade paper) surface. Follow the directions carefully. The epoxy you mentioned is one I have never used. Check with the epoxy maker of the product you used and see what he says. Interlux is a good product for amateurs as it is more user friendly. Everyone that uses two part polys has a story to tell. Also look carefully on the can of reducer/thinner that you buy. If it says reclaimed on it then don't buy it. Look for virgin laquer thinner and denatured alchol or better yet use what is sold by the paint maker. It will cost more, but I have seen expensive paint jobs that failed because of cheap thinners.

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Frank_S
 
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