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    ok i got some abs plastic eyebrows to colour, now can any grey primer go on? normal car primer you use on metal? or does it have to be plastic? just that i have a can, and it would be grey i use not white? what reason would you use white primer?see the colour of my car. hope ya can help..cheers!
     
     

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    you should really use a plastic primer or an acrylic based primer/spray on plastic mate. Itll ensure you get a good bond. primer is pretty cheap. grab yourself one from halfords or equivalent .

    not sure about the metal stuff though.
     
     

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    yea think i will, just seeing if it would be a waste if i had a can already.
     
     

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    Definitely use plastic primer on plastic parts - as stated above, Halfrauds own brand will do nicely. Buy some clear lacquer while you're there for a professional finish
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    careful with the primer colour depending on the top coat colour too..
    330i sport a big chunk of berlin...

     
     

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