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And when your ready to do some bodywork, just scuff the area and apply your filler ON TOP OF the epoxy !!! You wont be sorry. Search the internet.
Going with a spray can will be costly. They do make a 2K epoxy in a can but its not cheap especially since your doing a large area. I'd grab the cheap $13 harbor freight "purple" gun and borrow or rent a compressor. Well worth your investment.
After your done with your bodywork you will probably have gone back to bare metal in some areas. No problem, shoot some more epoxy over everything to seal it. Then normal painting procedures after that.
Just remember, primers are porous !! Moisture, even morning dew, goes right through them. You then start rusting from the inside out. EPOXY ALL BARE METAL. Epoxy is not porous. No issues.
I use Southern Polyurethane epoxies. Last item on the page.
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