Car painting yourself at home – Goodbye ugly paint !

Car painting yourself at home – Goodbye ugly paint !


body would prepare and repaint in glossy black clear coat and base coat on this vehicle are badly damaged we will see how to go through from this to this from this to this it is strongly recommended to wear a mask respirator for sanding and painting some very damaged paint areas with an 80 grit sanding disk using an orbital sander will save you time straighten the sheet degrees the sanded areas fill holes with the body filler apply the filler send the villa when it is dry [Music] degrees the sanded areas apply a filler primer to the repaired areas sandé the filler primer with a 320 grit sanding disc degrees the sanded areas [Music] apply a finishing putty [Music] apply the filler primer remove the number plates remove the rear lights remove the vehicle badges remove the roof seals remove the side indicators remove the rear view mirrors remove the front wiper nozzles mark the position of the front lights then remove them remove the auto radio antennae remove the rear wiper nozzles remove the rear wiper motor some damaged paint areas with the 180 grit sanding disk [Music] [Music] degrees the body with alcohol vinegar mixed with water the sanded surface must be perfectly smooth you should not feel any roughness when you slide your finger on the bodywork protect vehicle windows wheels handles and door side protectors use a good quality spray gun to apply the primer use a filler primer plus hardener to prepare the bodywork the mixing ratio is listed on the Paint Pot for one ratio plus 10% to 30% of thinner mix the paint in the mixing Cup on the for one column and indicates the level of the paint B indicates the hardened level on 10% and 20% indicate the level of fear shake the pot to mix everything set the pressure on three bars position the nozzle horizontally to obtain a vertical jet the spray gun has three settings the pattern of the jet the volume of paint output the amount of air adjust the spray gun by spraying the paint onto a carton apply two to three coats of primer to the sanded areas keep the distance of 6 to 12 inches between gun and spraying area avoid painting on windy days under hot sun or in wet weather [Music] [Music] if paint sprays decrease check that the air inlet of the gun is not blocked [Music] let the primer dry then sand the entire body with 320 grit sanding discs sanding will smooth the primer as well as the old paint [Music] [Applause] [Music] [Applause] [Music] [Applause] [Music] rinse a vehicle degrease the body with alcohol vinegar mixed with water the black pain used as a two coats paint this paint is diluted to 70 percent for 300 milliliters of paint add 300 multiplies 0.7 equals 210 milliliters of thinner mix the paint adjust the gun apply 2 to 3 coats of base coat over the entire body do not turn the wrist grip the gun keeping perpendicular with a spraying area release the trigger at the ends of the trajectories to avoid applying too much paint at the end just wait for the base coat to dry to the touch to apply the next layer the base coat dries quickly the drying time between two coats is about ten minutes clean the gun with thinner dismantled the gun and clean the filter and muzzle the clearcoat used is a two-component clear coat clear coat plus hardener to one ratio plus 10% thinner mix the clear coat adjust the gun apply three coats of clear coat allowing 15 to 20 minutes between layers to dry so that the solvents evaporate do not apply to thick layers to avoid sagging move the gun regularly without lingering over an area to avoid sagging on the curves round the trajectory keeping a distance of six to twelve inches from the body if this clear coat is drips orange-peel dust or insects let dry the varnish at least 12 hours and then perform a wet sanding followed by polish use a foam interface to fit the shapes of the bodywork use a 800 grit sanding disk clear coat sanding can be done with a 600 watts orbital buffer use a medium rotation speed excessive speed increase the risk of piercing the clear coat wet the disc on surface then sand the dual location of the orbital buffers allows the disc to be constantly in motion thereby reducing the risk of piercing the clear coat rinse with water then son [Applause] [Music] the result after 800 grit we’re sanding the grain of the orange peel was broken wet sand with 1500 grit abrasive disc rinse with water then sand here the result after fifteen hundred grit wet sanding [Applause] wet sand with 2500 grit abrasive disc rinse with water then sand [Applause] continue 2500 great West sounding until a perfectly uniform surface you no longer need the foam interface put it aside in order to return the gloss to the clear coat you have to polish and then wax it polish the clear coat with compound polish with strong abrasive properties to polish the clear coat use a hard buffer apply the polish to the buffer polish the clear coat [Applause] [Applause] wipe off the leftovers of the product with a microfiber cloth the clear coat is not brilliant one could see the traces of sanding in order to polish the clear coat used the all-purpose waffle foam polishing pad to limit the effect of swirl marks polish the clear coat with a finishing polish apply the Polish to the buffer polish the clear coat [Music] wipe off the leftovers of the product with a microfiber cloth the clear coat is not completely brilliant one could see the fine traces of sanding the brilliant clear coat could be achieved with this type of paint renovator making his ultimate compound apply the product on an all-purpose waffle phone polishing pad the products can also be applied by hand with a microfiber chime the surface for about one minute proceed element by element of approximately 1 meter squared without exceeding one minute per element as the product must be white before it dries wipe off the leftovers of the product with a microfiber to protect the clearcoat from scratches it is recommended to apply a protective wax spread the wax with a microfiber allow the wax to dry for at least 20 minutes to know if the wax is dry put your finger on the wax it should not move under the finger wipe the wax with a clean microfiber use an adhesive for bodywork to reflect the vehicle badges here is the final result you


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