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What grit sandpaper do you use on primer for Kiwigrip 80 , 100 , 120 ?


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any of those will be fine, it does not need a lot of tooth to bite. I have not had any peeling issues with even 320 sandedr topcoat

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I'm using 150. I find anything more aggressive wants to tear up my tape lines.
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for scuffing paint, i think 180/220 does a great job. The more aggressive grits do not "bite" as well into a super smooth/hard surface. The primer sands well with pretty much any grit.

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