I am a terrible painter, I tend to rush it and put too much paint on and it runs. With some paint it is very easy to put too much paint on in a quick spray, I found that the gray primer sprayed on at a speed and consistency that worked with my painting style [fast and inconsistent]. It also is a drier, less glossy, more matte finish that I found covered well and lent itself as a great base for a nice thick glossy topcoat. It dried [even in thicker spots] faster than the white primer I used. It was also more forgiving in not leaving fingerprints or indentations when I pick up a part way too soon to turn it over to paint the other side [again, fast and inconsistent].looking good. What do you mean about the gray primer being more forgiving?
Sorry, I rambled and didn't answer your question. The gray primer, as stated above sprayed in a nice, dry [for lack of a better word] finish, it didn't spray on particularly heavy and you would have to really lay on it to get it to go on heavy enough to the point where the paint would run, but yet, covered easily with a nice thick coat. The white primer, is sort of like that primer/paint mix stuff, not substantially heavier than the gray, but a thicker spray with a substantially more glossy though not really, finish which seems to lend itself [at least in my case] to paint runs.looking good. What do you mean about the gray primer being more forgiving?