Brush strokes..

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PareoWC

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Gents, my Son and I brushed on Rustoleum's Rusty Metal Primer on our WC52 cab. We have brush strokes because we're newbs, and we feel it's no big deal.

Once dry, we are going to spray Behr Marquis with our Graco sprayer- will the latex fill in those brush strokes, or should we sand before shooting?
 

AZDeuce

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You will have to sand it down, just use a light touch as you'll only want to remove the high spots. I'd use a 400 grit sand paper on a sanding block to keep everything smooth and level. Make sure that paint has dried a few days before attempting any sanding, or you'll have a big mess on your hands, if the paint hasn't dried all the way through. Hope this helps.
 
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