4oz. Bottle Grey Primer & Microfiller

This is the 4oz. Bottle Grey Primer & Microfiller by Alclad II.

Alclad 4oz. Bottle Grey Primer & Microfiller Hobby and Model Enamel Paint #302
 Alclad II # alc302
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Alclad II Item # alc302
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  • Alclad Product Number: 302
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"Makes Your Final Coat Look Great"
Richardleffingwell (Rdleffingwell@gmail.com)
I found this product to perform an excellent job of preparing the surface for painting. I could not believe how good my first coat of my final color looked after painting it over the primer.

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I've gone through a number of primers over the years - hobby specific, automotive, general home improvement. From a rattle can, the best I've used would have to be Tamiya Fine Surface Primer. The downsides to a can are limited control, waste, and expense. I used to decant Tamiya primer, but this was generally a pain in the rear end. In bottle form, the best primer I've used until now would be Gunze Sango Mr. Surfacer 1200. Unfortunately it is even more expensive and difficult to find/import in the US. After using this Alclad stuff, though, I am sold. It sprays beautifully through my Iwata HP-C, leaving a perfect eggshell-like finish, with great coverage and no post-sanding necessary. I generally spray at 15-20 psi, and thin it 1:1 with generic lacquer thinner. It also comes in a nice glass bottle that can be re-used when empty.

"Excellent primer"
This primer/filler is great, Airbrush right out of the bottle. (No thinning) Model parts look much smoother, better finish after painting. Although it is a little more work cleaning the airbrush afterward. I highly recommend the use of this product. This color is a neutral grey so it does not affect the color of the paint.

"Best primer hands down"
I used to use spray can primers and got inconsistent results, not to mention the over spray waste and how they dirty your spray booth filters. This lays down great and fills small imperfections (such as an oops if you go out of the lines scribing your panel lines). Most times I don't even need to wet sand the primer before spraying the color coat. It is really good primer. I would even venture to say it is more cost effective then spray primers, considering there isn't a lot of over spray waste when using an airbrush. Highly recommended.

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