Most primers are porous. Therefore they need to be "sealed" as soon as they
can be top coated. Your body supply shop should be able to provide a
This will seal the metal from the environment until a final color coat can be
applied. But common sense should also be used, do not store the car outside,
or in any place where water. dew or any moisture can get onti it's surface.
'75 B Roadster
Lowered and loud.
>===== Original Message From "Walt Goddard" <firstname.lastname@example.org> =====
>I have been slooowwwwlllly fixing the body on the 77 and cannot seem
>to stop the rust. Sand down to bare metal, clean well with alcohol
>(rubbing alcohol, not drinking), and then primer with what's called
>self-etching primer. Supposed to bond to the bare metal. In all
>cases, rust is coming through the primer after less than 1 month.
>Is there some type of primer that will stop the rust? Or is there
>some other method I should use when removing dents/scratches?