Today was very productive. We spent all morning sanding the cab to smooth up the metal so the epoxy would have a nice surface to bite to. After all the panels were sanded, special attention was paid to all the little nooks and crannies, and believe me, there were hundreds of them. After lunch, the cab was moved into the booth and was wiped down many times to ensure a good clean surface. We sprayed epoxy on the bottom of the cab first, then carefully set it down to spray the rest once it had set up some. Paul did a wonderful job getting primer in all the hidden and hard to reach areas. If any are found tomorrow, we will brush them in for coverage. Tomorrow we will also seam seal all of the cracks and crevasses that may hold water. Once that is dry, we will apply 3 good coats of slick sand high build primer and also spray the Raptor liner in the floor and bottom of the cab.
Posted on June 25, 2015, in 1952 Ford Truck, High Performance Finishes and tagged 1952 Ford Truck, auto body repair, auto body shop, auto paint, Blocking, Body Filler, body shop, body work, epoxy primer, High Performance Finish, Jmc Autoworx, Paint, paint shop, PPG Paint, Raptor Liner, restoration work, spray in bed liner, stripping. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.