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Paint your car like a Pro

There will come time when your car will look worn and old. When this happens, you will need to repaint it. However, professional painters could cost quite a lot, and you might not have enough money to pay them for their services. Let’s read an article from Dave Young.

How To Paint A Car Like A Pro

One of the most time-consuming and expensive projects you’ll ever perform on your muscle car or hot rod is to either paint it yourself or have it painted. Paint and bodywork have long been considered an art more than a mechanical procedure. a good paint job is certainly the result of many hours spent welding, sanding, and preparing the body for paint. In fact, rather than the common misconception that a “paint job” is a single step process, painting a car is really a multi-step process that leads up to the actual painting of the car. Being a good painter requires a lot of patience and a certain amount of perfectionism because that new, glossy paint job will reveal the slightest blemish underneath, but what’s necessary to perform proper bodywork? We visited J.D.’s Paint and Body in Mulberry, Florida, to find out exactly what it takes to produce show-quality paint jobs, and to get hints about what you can do yourself to help the process.

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Repainting a car can probably one of the most difficult things a man can do. It is not very easy to do, but some people have been able to have success. We can learn a few tricks how we can paint our car by CarsDirect.com

5 Car Spray Painting Techniques for a Proper Coat

When painting a car, spray painting techniques can be the difference in a great looking paint job and one that you might not want other people to see. Whether you will be using a standard auto spray gun or a car airbrush, there are ways that you can help ensure that you do the job right the first time and avoid wasting time and money in doing the job over again. Here are some tips to help you:

Remove or Tape to Avoid Overspray – Until you are experienced in using a paint sprayer and comfortable painting cars, you should attempt to remove parts of the vehicle that need to be painted. This is especially true if you are only painting a bumper, door or a single quarter panel. However, if you’re not able to remove the piece, make sure that you tape off the area as to avoid overspray in areas of the vehicle that don’t need to be painted. If you need to tape off an area, make sure to use a painter’s grade of masking tape that will not damage the finish of the vehicle.

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Realize that paining your own car is not for everyone. If you need help or advice, give us a call or let us do it for you. Take a look at our services offered.


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