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Old 04-15-2005, 02:49 PM   #1
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Omni 2k High Solids Primer

I painted my plastic motorcycle fairing with Omni MP211 2K High Solids Primer with MP212 hardener. The ratio on the can is 5:1. I mixed approx 8oz total. After baking in the paint booth at 140 deg it is still shiny and tacky (3 coats). I then downloaded the P-sheet from PPG's site and it's ratio included 6oz of MX200 activator for every gallon of RTS(?). This was not listed on the can of primer. My question is, will this set or will I have to strip and start over again?
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Old 04-18-2005, 02:02 PM   #2
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It finally set 48 hours later. I'm really impressed with the finish. I had done some repair work and the primer filled in real nice. It still has a somewhat shiny look to it but it's completely set. Lesson learned - don't just rely on the can label, read the p-sheet as well!
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