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Does anyone have a technique that helps apply colored primer on PVC pipe neatly. In my neck of the woods purple primer is a requirement enforced by code. I have tried many different ways to make the work look neat and clean but it never fails to show a streaking drip line. It always makes a mess. I have even used clear primer to clean up the purple but It still looks lousy.
I have seen some installations with colored primer that look like it was done with a small paint brush with as little as a 1/8 of an inch of primer showing evenly around the pipe with no drips! I pride myself on doing a clean neat professional looking job. Colored primer always seems to spoil the look.
Any input will be most appreciated.
PS. I searched the sight for info on this. The last time that this was talked about was in 2017, but could not find specifics on how to put this stuff on cleanly.