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Interlux Primocon Metal Primer
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Interlux Primocon Metal Primer for priming metal and creating a barrier coat below the waterline
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Interlux Primocon Metal Primer Customer Questions and Answers

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Can Primocon be used over 3M 5200 that was used to seal the keel/hull joint?

Asked on 08/19/2018 by John from Alabama

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You can so long as it's fully cured.

Answered on 08/20/2018 by JD Tech Team
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I can't imagine this would be a problem. This is a real good primer with great adhesion.

Answered on 08/20/2018 by kenr74

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I would think so

Answered on 08/19/2018 by dgeller

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I would guess not.. This is a metal primer, not to cover a polyurethane based product.. I would contact interlux to get a definitive answer. Archie

Answered on 08/20/2018 by thearchman
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Is this product recommended as a primer to be applied to a bronze rudder and prop before applying a bottom paint?

Asked on 08/11/2014 by Bob Padgett

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I use it on the brass through hull holes, rudders, and steel shaft before I paint. I am very pleased with the results. I have not used it on props, but if I was going to paint the props I would.

Answered on 08/26/2014 by JOHN LAWRENCE
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I used the primer on a fiberglass hull after removing all the old paint and prime. It was easy to use in my application, and adhered very well. I would call the factory to ensure your application is appropriate...Bill G

Answered on 08/12/2014 by BILL GOERGEN

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I used Petit Prop Coat on my bronze prop and am happy with the product. I used Primocon as a primer for the bottom paint on my wood boat. Use a good respirator with Primocon. That stuff is toxic!

Answered on 08/12/2014 by HOWARD THORKILSON

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YES! WE USED 1 QUART TO PRIME OUR TWO BRONZE RUDDERS AND THE PROP STRUTS AS WELL AS ANY EXPOSED GELCOAT AND THEN BOTTOM PAINTED THE ENTIRE 57' BOAT. THE PRIMER IS VERY THICK AND DID NOT SAG.IT DRYED A SILVER COLOR. 1QT WHEN ALONG WAY.

Answered on 08/11/2014 by FRANK FLYNN
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What color is this? I want to use as a tie coat over unknown hard bottom paint, then put on ablative bottom paint... ideally I want the primer and the bottom paint to be different colors so I can tell when my ablative bottom paint is wearing off. Prefer just a black bottom but don't want to do that if this is black too.

Asked on 02/08/2018 by Bass from Bellingham, WA

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Hi Bass, this product is gray, and should work for your application.

Answered on 05/16/2018 by JD Tech Associate
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how to apply primocon to bronze props?

Asked on 06/26/2017 by bill from FLORIDA

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Clean and sand down to smooth bronze with 80 grit, clean with denatured alcohol and apply the Primocon

Answered on 08/10/2017 by JD Tech Team
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I have a few bare spots on my aluminum boat that I primed with self etching pinyura base rustolium. The rest of the paint is sound. Can I now prime the entire boat with primeocon Sorry I meant pintura

Asked on 05/10/2017 by Rob from Budd lk. N J

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Yes that should be fine.

Answered on 05/10/2017 by JD Tech Team
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I don't see any questions about using Primocon over wood. Can someone add commentary on it's use in place of lead based paint?

Asked on 04/25/2017 by jiggfernaught from BC

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Primocon is a metal primer, not intended for wood. I'd recommend a two part primer like totalboat Total Protect or Interlux 2000E.

Answered on 04/26/2017 by JD Tech Team
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I don't know what paint the yard used before I bought the boat. I am using Micron 66. I have scraped off all the loose paint. Is there a way to tell if Micron 66 is compatible with the previous paint? If not how should I prepare the hull?

Asked on 04/08/2015 by WAYNE TURETT

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My husband sanded the boat before putting the primer. So far so good then he applied the top coat. Then s asealer

Answered on 04/08/2015 by FRAN LARPENTEUR
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