Stripping NSBY paint, spot treating, then painting on original primer?
Since the original primer has not worn off, even in spots where the paint has worn off, I'm thinking of keeping it.
Why spend time and money stripping off durable and time-proven 40 year old primer, where there's no bubbling or other signs of oxidation under it, only to prime with faux-eco modern primer, which won't be as durable as the old-school primer you just removed? I would rather prime over the original primer after proper prep.
Why do i want to strip the yellow paint? I'm going to be boondocking remote and want to make touch-ups easy after natures pinstriping, not having yellow mixed in with black purple.
Durability is my #1 consideration when it comes to my mobile dwellings exterior metal coatings.
What does everybody think about stripping the NSBY paint, spot treating rust spots, patching in missing primer, and painting over the original primer?