This is one of the newer acrylic LPU's on the market. It can go over epoxy directly, though the manufacture only suggests going over it's primers or a tie coat (naturally). It will work well over the System Three primer. Over regular or Silver Tip epoxy, provide a good tooth and make sure the epoxy is well cured (at least a week), so shrinkage doesn't cause issues. This particular paint has very good gloss retention, but isn't as tough as the more traditional solvent based LPU's. The advantage of a primer is you can smooth the surface and provide a good tie coat for the finish coats. If straight over epoxy, you have to smooth the epoxy and provide sufficent tooth, which is tough to do on a clear epoxy coating.
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