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Can an epoxy polyamide zinc phosphate primer be overcoated with a synthetic enamel alkyd-based topcoat? If no, why not?


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From Wole Abimbola of Berger Paints Nigeria on February 27, 2019:
Yes, an alkyd-based top coat can be used to overcoat an epoxy zinc phosphate polyamide primer.

From David King of Modern Maintenance Products NZ Ltd on February 17, 2019:
Yes.

From Eugen Oranici of Carboline on February 5, 2019:
Yes it can be,  but in the interval of time mentioned on the Product Data Sheet of the primer.

From Hugh O'Neill of Fastrack Contracting Ltd on February 4, 2019:
Yes, it can but the re-coat interval is critical.

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