Just bought a 1972 Trillium
this week and have my first (of many) questions. I have read through hundreds of posts but can't seem to recall the answers to a couple of questions I have.
My trailer has been spray painted with 'automobile grade paint'. It looks pretty good but isn't a completely uniform coat so I would like to repaint sometime in the near future. To prep for painting
this surface is a light
sanding recommended prior to the primer?
the inside surface- ensolite- I will fill the few small holes with paintable caulking after cleaning with an ammonia / water solution (as this seems to be a highly recommended method of cleaning). Originally I thought I would also fill the joins between the Ensolite with paintable caulking but I seem to still have nearly all of the T tape to cover the joins of the Ensolite. I'm thinking that the T tape might not be the same color as the paint
I choose....can the T tape be primed and painted too or would you suggest filling the joins with the paintable caulking and going that route?
Thanks....looking forward to getting started...