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How to Repair Car Paint Damage : Black Pad Buffing a Car's Paint Job

Black pad buffing techniques use a soft pad to polish or glaze the final paint job when repairing car paint damage ; learn how from our expert custom-car mechanic in this free auto-restoration video. Expert: Doug Jenkins Bio: Doug, of Doug Jenkins Custom Hot Rods, not only servers the entire nation, but even customers outside the U.S have found the shop's services indispensable. Filmmaker: Ross Safronoff


 


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How to Repair Car Paint Damage : How to Mix Clear Coat
Mix clear coat--the protective, shiny layer of paint--in order to apply the clear coat over the base coat of paint; learn how from our expert custom-car mechanic in this free auto-restoration video. Expert: Doug Jenkins Bio: Doug, of Doug Jenkins Custom Hot Rods, not only servers the entire nation, but even customers outside the U.S have found the shop's services indispensable. Filmmaker: Ross Safronoff





How to Custom Paint a Car : How to Spray a Single Stage Car Paint
Spray a single stage paint, starting with the door jambs and then moving to the outside, when giving a car a custom paint job; learn how from our expert custom-car mechanic in this free auto-restoration video. Expert: Doug Jenkins Bio: Doug, of Doug Jenkins Custom Hot Rods, not only servers the entire nation, but even customers outside the U.S have found the shop's services indispensable. Filmmaker: Ross Safronoff





How to Custom Paint a Car : How to Spray a Base Coat on a Car
The base coat dries fast, so spray the base coat quickly when giving a car a custom paint job; learn how from our expert custom-car mechanic in this free auto-restoration video. Expert: Doug Jenkins Bio: Doug, of Doug Jenkins Custom Hot Rods, not only servers the entire nation, but even customers outside the U.S have found the shop's services indispensable. Filmmaker: Ross Safronoff





How to Polish a Black Car
http://www.refinishnetwork.com/car-painting-how-to/itemlist/tag/polishing The Products used in this Video are 3M Rubbing / Cutting Compound (step 1 on white pad) 3M Swirl Mark Remover (step 2 on black pad) 3M Ultrafina (step 3 on blue pad) This how to on polishing a black car can be applied to any color. This is a thorough polishing job that is most noticeable on a black or dark finish and illustrates all steps on how to polish. The 3m Polishing system is used in this video but many others are just as effective.





How to Paint a Car - Red Buick Side
Check Out the Blog - http://www.refinishnetwork.com/car-painting-how-to Visit http://www.refinishnetwork.com for more videos, repair article, auto body repair courses and auto body repair information. Join other auto body technicians and discuss car painting techniques with auto body professionals and enthusiasts. This is a Red Buick being sprayed and blended down the side of the car.





How to Fix a Scratch and Paint with Base / Clear
http://www.refinishnetwork.com/car-painting-how-to Visit http://www.refinishnetwork.com for more videos, repair article, auto body repair courses and auto body repair information. Join other auto body technicians and discuss car painting techniques with auto body professionals and enthusiasts. This shows a minor scrape on a Mazda Miata. The scratch was feathered out, primed and painted using BASF paint. There are many ways to get the job done, this is what was done here: 1. The scratch was feathered out using 280 grit paper until each color was seperated around 1/2". 2. Next it was backsanded to allow space for the primer to adhere. 3. It was primed with 2 coats of Glasurit 285-10/20 direct to metal urethane primer and allowed to dry. It was primed with a devilbiss finishline HVLP gun with a 1.6 tip. 4. Next it was blocksanded using 320 paper, then final sanded with some 400-500 grit paper. Using a block is optional there but recommended. 5. After taping it up it was painted using RM Diamont basecoat in 3 coats. Each coat was allowed to flash about 5 minutes before the next one. Then 15 minutes before clearing. An Iwata LPH400 was used to apply the basecoat at about 20 psi. 6. The clear coat used here was BASF DC5335 Glamour clear. It was applied in 2 coats with about 10 minutes between coats. It was applied using an Iwata W400 with about 26 PSI at the gauge. A few dirt nibs were colorsanded and polished afterwards.





How to Blend Car Paint (Base Coat / Clear Coat)
This is a basic sprayjob of a honda civic side. It had a used door put on and required painting and blending into the fender and door. Find us @ http://www.refinishnetwork.com on Facebook http://goo.gl/RaFEjr Twitter https://twitter.com/refinishnetwork YT Channel http://www.youtube.com/user/jimmo4life Other Great Video's to Check Out: How to Choose Primer - http://goo.gl/JW7oUN Blending Silver Paint - http://goo.gl/fqMoe5 Refinish Network Auto Body Repair Video's have been created for both professional automotive painters seeking information and enthusiasts looking for how to paint a car yourself, carry out minor repairs and general interest in automotive repair and vehicle painting.





Sprayless Scratch Repair
Sprayless Scratch Repair is a cosmetic repair that provides a permanent solution for scratches, chips and scuffs rendering them virtually undetectable.





How To Repair Faded Peeling Paint On Your Car or Truck-Automotive Paint and Body Tech Tips-Part 1
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How to Spray Paint a Car at Home Yourself (Aerosol)
See the Materials Used Here http://www.refinishnetwork.com/car-painting-how-to/item/309-how-to-paint-a- car-yourself Refinish Network consists of various professional and enthusiast painters whom work collectively to help eachother out using the websites discussion forum. You will also find various helpful 'how to' articles from painting to body repairs. This video illustrates how to paint a car using only aerosol spray cans. It is best to use a spray gun where possible, however it is possible to paint a car yourself with an Aerosol Spray Can.





How to Blend Car Paint (Spot Repair)
Visit http://www.refinishnetwork.com for more videos, repair article, auto body repair courses and auto body repair information. Join other auto body technicians and discuss car painting techniques with auto body professionals and enthusiasts. This is a spot repair (blow in) on the front of a dodge bumper. This is a metallic blue being blended and partially cleared. The tape on the edges is known in the auto body repair trade as a back mask where the clear is blended on the roll of an edge. This is in no way a top quality repair, it is an economical repair suited best for used car lots and lease return vehicle. I must say they do still hold up pretty well when done properly. The bumper was polished with a coarse compound for the blender to adhere while the rest of the area that was cleared got sanded with 3000 grit paper, except the primer was 600. This was a scratch originally that was feathered out and primed. For more information check out our website at www.refinishnetwork.com





How to Paint Your Car Yourself - Auto Body Repair (part 2 of 2)
More Here - http://www.refinishnetwork.com/car-painting-how-to/item/309-how-to-paint-a- car-yourself videos, repair article, auto body repair courses and auto body repair information. Join other auto body technicians and discuss car painting techniques with auto body professionals and enthusiasts. This shows the steps necessary from start to finish of a minor dent repair on the quart panel of a sunfire. It includes filler application, block sanding, priming, sealer, painting & clearcoat application. The masking step was skipped in this video. It is available separately, check my other Auto Body Repair videos.





Farecla G3 Buffing Video
A demonstration of Farecla's excellent G3 Compound in action. Taken from the company's recent Training DVD.





Deep Scratch Removal using sand paper and a Rotary Buffer to Polish
This is a technique of removing deep scratches that needs a very light hand and a lot of car not to go through the clear coat into the base coat of the paint. I used 1500 grit sand paper (real lightly) and then polished out the sanding marks using an orange hex logic pad from chemical guys and my rotary buffer check out my site http://klaydetailing.com in Australia buy some really good products http://www.chemguys.com.au/?Click=8121





Car Damage Repair (Part 1)
Comments REQUIRE APPROVAL. THINK before posting. NOTE: I am NOT a Car Care Expert, nor claim to be. NOTE: This is =NOT= a Tutorial on how to repair a vehicle. It is a progress series. The Epic Tale, of fixing a car, after some dunce taxi driver hits it. Fortunately, the bumper, PHYSICALLY, is 100% undamaged! Cosmetically, it was a total mess. Before I started this video, I got half the "Darlington Stripes" off if it, and in this segment, I remove the rest of them. Some scratches remain, and there's some chipped off paint. Tocuh-up painting is in the next part. BEFORE SOMEONE SAYS IT: No, I do NOT have the time, or money, to go though the hassles of insurace companies, getting it appraised, quoted, and replacing the bumper. The damage is fairly neglegable, and when it's done, it'll not be perfect, but will look like other parts of the car. ALSO: Once all is done, the receipts for the materials will be sent to the cab company who was responsible. Fortunately, it's not going to be a major nightmare.





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