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When and why would I need to stripe coat if I am using an edge-retention primer?


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From Marco Fabio Ramenzoni of ZINGA METALL BRASIL on April 28, 2021:
Stripe Coating is an important practice and it is always a powerful quality tool, regardless of edge retention primer to be used.

From Charles Harvilicz of Atlantic Coatings & Corrosion Control Ltd. on April 26, 2021:
First, there is more to "Stripe Coats" then edges! such as "Pitted Areas, Rough Weld Seams, Weld Spatter not required to be ground off, etc. Secondly, As an "Insurance" coat. on all hard to coat areas. I also, like to Brush a Stripe Coat, so the Paint can be worked into all "Pitted Areas, Inside Corners, Outside Corners, Weld Seams, etc.

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