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    Posted: 21 Mar 2017 at 1:24pm
Painting an old fiberglass sailboat. Washed with soap and water, and solvent 202. I have sanded and primed in some areas. Is priming required on everything before applying Brightside? I planned on about three coats on the Brightside.
Can I add 216 to the Brightside to accelerate drying time, as well as painting in slightly less then 5o degrees?
Is a foam roller better than a mohair for the Brightside?
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priming and is recommended for all areas to be painted. sanding is required. yes you can add small amounts of 216 to help with cold weather curing. good quality foam rollers are recommended.
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