Brush On Weld Thru Primer

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  1. bkmont

    bkmont Veteran Member

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    Any sources for a can of Weld Thru Primer you can apply with a brush? All I see is spray bombs for sale.
    Thanks,
    Bryan
     
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    Why in the heck would want roll in?
     
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    Not roll it. I have a small area that being able to brush it on with a small brush would be easier to apply rather than have to tape up the surrounding areas to protect from overspray.
    I'll use the copper in a spray can if that's all that's out there.
     
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    Just a small area? Why not just save yourself the time and money and just tape it??
     
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    I know all my options. Just wondering if it was sold in something other than a spray can.
     
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    Use the spray can and spray it in the cap then use a brush. Not rocket science.
     
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    LOL.
    Now that that's settled....Which end of a spray can do you use? LOL
    Happy Thanksgiving!
     
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    The 1st one is discontinued. LOL.... The old spray in the cap thing works for me. Just make sure the hole in the cap is plugged.
     
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    Spraying is really the best option, one medium coat. Brushing would probably work as long as it’s not to thick. Don’t use the SEM copperweld, it actually promotes rust, use the silver zinc.
     
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