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On stripe coating edge-retentive primers

From JPCL, July 2015

When and why would I need to stripe coat if I'm using an edge-retention primer?...
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Tagged categories: Coating Application; Paint application; Quality control; Stripe coating

Comment from Paul Hunter, (9/27/2015, 9:48 PM)

I am in full agreement with all those who have contributed and in particular Mihael. In my experience, it is the leading edges as well as welds, corners, nuts & bolts, protrusions etc that will all benefit from "stripe coating". Stripe coating should be written into all paint specifications.


Comment from quyet bui sy, (9/29/2015, 6:25 AM)

can we spay zinc silicate to “save the blast” and then using zinc epoxy to do stripe coat? have any wrong with this procedure?


Comment from Per Gabrielsson, (9/30/2015, 5:16 AM)

I would never specify a stripe coat application by roller, as the intention of giving the "teeth" for the fortcoming spray coat cannot be reached, as a roller only "slashes" the paint onto the surface - not working it in. The roller also quite easily leaves "paint lips" which are not at all desirable. The best brush for striping is round. Takes more paint and works better onto the syrface.


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