Question about raptor liner prep that I haven't been able to find and answer to.
Hey guys, I'm painting and applying Raptor liner to my CJ5. Right now the tub is epoxy primed with body work. The under side is just epoxy primer.
I'm planning on painting it with a eggshell finish single stage acrylic urethane.
I was curious which option would be best: scuff the epoxy primer and apply bed liner, put 2k primer on and scuff that then apply, or go ahead and paint the whole thing and scuff the paint and apply the raptor to to the paint.
I like the idea of another layer of sealer(paint) in between the metal and bed liner, but I don't want to sacrifice adhesion.
Also it recommends 120-180 grit to scuff, and red scotch-brite int he corners and nooks, 120 seems like it would cut through the primer/paint down to bare metal in a lot of areas. Which would negate the purpose of putting the paint layer in there.
With fresh paint would a red scotch-brite be sufficient for scuffing everywhere?
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