Sandable Primer, White, 12 oz. Aerosol
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Duplicolor Sandable Primer, White, 12 oz. Aerosol

Part No. DAP1689 Warranty Details  
Dupli-Color Sandable Primer is an all-purpose, fast-drying primer that can be sanded to a smooth finish to help achieve topcoat uniformity. Great for smooth fill-in of surface cracks and imperfections and is effective on both painted and unpainted surfaces. Product Features: Features EZ Touch Fan Spray Nozzle, Helps Achieve Top Coat Uniformity, For Use On Pre-painted And Unpainted Surfaces, Sands Easily, Dry To Touch In 30 Minutes / Handle In 1 Hour, Use On Metal, Wood, And, Fiberglass Surfaces
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Applicator Type:Spray
Color:White
Compatible Surfaces:Metal; Plastic
Container Type:Aerosol Can
Contains Rust Inhibitors:Yes
Dry Time To Touch:Dry To Touch In 30 Minutes / Handle In 1 Hour H
Formulation:Lacquer
Interior Or Exterior:Exterior
Primary Use:General Purpose
Sheen Level:Flat
Sound Dampening:No
Splatter Finish:No
Spray Nozzle Type:Fan/Oval Spray Pattern
Textured Finish:No
Time To Fully Cure:1 h

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DuplicolorSandable Primer, White, 12 oz. Aerosol
 
3.2

(based on 5 reviews)

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1.0

too watery

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from cumberland , MD

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    • Difficult To Use

    Best Uses

      Comments about Duplicolor Sandable Primer, White, 12 oz. Aerosol:

      i shook the heck out of the can before i used it. within 5 seconds my finger and the can was covered with paint because this stuff drips like water.
      i was primering a small fiber glass hood scoop , and 4 coats front and back and i could still see sunlight through it. from now on it's rustoleum for me.

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      (1 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

       
      5.0

      Sands well

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      from Kingsport TN

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      3 or more reviews submitted

      Pros

      • Easy To Use

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        • Home Garage

        Comments about Duplicolor Sandable Primer, White, 12 oz. Aerosol:

        Covers good when using light color topcoat

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        (5 of 11 customers found this review helpful)

         
        4.0

        Worked fine... dried quickly.

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        from North Port, Fla

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        • Easy To Use

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          • Automotive Repair Shop

          Comments about Duplicolor Sandable Primer, White, 12 oz. Aerosol:

          A good, quality product -- and the 15% by buying it on-line (and picking it up), made it all the better deal.

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          (10 of 17 customers found this review helpful)

           
          5.0

          Good for Plastic Miniatures

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          from NC

          Pros

          • Easy To Use
          • Reliable

          Cons

            Best Uses

            • Plastic Miniatures

            Comments about Duplicolor Sandable Primer, White, 12 oz. Aerosol:

            Able to cover models evenly. Not Expensive. Works for 20-30 models easily.

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            (20 of 37 customers found this review helpful)

             
            1.0

            Do not purchess this junk

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            from Maryland

            Comments about Duplicolor Sandable Primer, White, 12 oz. Aerosol:

            Hi I have purchased over 13 cans of the Duplicolor Sandable Primer, White, 12 oz. Aerosol Part No. DAP1689 from Advance auto parts and a few other places I'm finding that no matter how much you shake the can its very watery and you have to hit the same area at least 4 to 6 times I feel this has been a waist of money at [$] a can, I am going over a white van and the areas that are being hit are the red spot putty. I changed over to the gray primer but now its costing me more in paint to cover the gray cause my truck is white. I contacted them and of course no reply in my issue with this primer. so do not use or if you do make sure you buy double of what you got, GET IT THAT'S WHAT THEY WANT YOU TO DO..

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            • Q:

              Can you use primer in cool wheather in open garage using a hair dryer to dry ?
              Asked on 11/10/2013 by jb from Round Lake il.

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                A:

                Great question JB, hair dryer is used to quickly dry small paint samples, latex paint in particular. However this works on small samples only. If you expose the paint to too much heat, you cause what is known as mudcracking, when the surface of the paint dries faster than the bottom and ends up creating a dry lakebed look. You also run the risk of causing the paint to bubble or actually burn if you expose it to enough heat. On a large area a hairdryer is pretty useless, the amount of effort you will put will not be worth it.

                Answered on 11/11/2013 by Steve from AAP
            • Q:

              Does it need to be a certain temperature outside to use this? I was told it needs to be warm outside in order for it to dry.
              Asked on 11/23/2010 by Anonymous

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                It would be best.

                Answered on 11/23/2010 by Mike the Auto Parts Master from AAP
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                Needs to be above 60 degrees but below 90 degrees. To cold and it stays tacky, too hot and it will dry too fast and peel.

                Answered on 8/25/2012 by Jzone from Detroit, Mi.
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