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  1. This one is quick, i'm just curious about an issue i have been having for some time now. I typically use black primer and just deal with the fact that reds and yellows are a pain. But every so often i try to switch over to a white primer to save myself the hassle... but i always end up with a really chalky dusty white... I thought maybe it was too hot/cold/humid/dry, but each time i've switched i have used the same brand of what ever black i currently had, and used it in the same conditions, and every time the black has come out smooth like it should, and every time the white has come out like there was sand in it or something. even painted up it gives the model a "furry" look to it... what could this be? does any one have a suggestion? also, where does one find Grey primer... i have never seen it... and would love to try it as i hear great things from some of you. thanks in advance!