Progress Thread “Rising from Ashes 5” 86 4 eye T-TOP notch build

95steedamustang

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The stripping continues.
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Steel1

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Did you use a sealer on the raw urethane bumper or primer ?
Not questioning your process just curious how the pros do it.

I sprayed a new bumper cover on my daughters car that was in primer from mfg.
and ended up using a Tamco sealer product before paint.
Sprayed it about 5 yrs. ago and it's still looks great.
 

95steedamustang

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Did you use a sealer on the raw urethane bumper or primer ?
Not questioning your process just curious how the pros do it.

I sprayed a new bumper cover on my daughters car that was in primer from mfg.
and ended up using a Tamco sealer product before paint.
Sprayed it about 5 yrs. ago and it's still looks great.
The black is a sealer type material. Its meant to adhere to raw metal, fiberglass or urethane and its also flexible to good for bumpers. Next will be regular 2k primer
 

90sickfox

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I'm working on my fiberglass hood and think that's the same stuff that's on it. Thought it was black paint but it's probably the same stuff.

That bumper looks good so far.
 

95steedamustang

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I'm working on my fiberglass hood and think that's the same stuff that's on it. Thought it was black paint but it's probably the same stuff.

That bumper looks good so far.
Thanks. Had a ton of time stripping all those layers of old paint and primer off