Yes it does
Mick T wrote:
> I've always wonderered something about primer. I see people drive around for
> months, or even years with just a primered car. It's my understanding that
> the whole reason (well, ok, at least one of the reasons) for primer is that
> it is a pourous surface, therefore making it a good 'bondable' surface for
> the base coat. Since it is pourous, doesn't that allow for moisture to get
> below the primer?
> >You can rent a compressor and spray gun when you need to apply the >primer.
> >(Be sure you check with the paint shop as to which primer(s) >to use, as
> >everything has to be compatible with the finish
> >coat. Test your sprayer skills with some old sheets of cardboard,
> >and don't be afraid--primer is very forgiving stuff, dries fast and >can be
> >applied in amounts ranging from small spots to the whole car.)