74 Chevy Nova Update 7 - Block sanding Hi build Primer
I did the first block sanding of the Hi Build primer. Heres the results. This shows all the highs and lows in the body work. All imperfections are block sanded down leaving a flatter surface. I also show the blocks I used.
how to block sand primer with guide coat for finding dents before you kandy paint your car
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dents before you paint .... how to eliminate those dings dents and waves
prior to painting base or kandy paint.... Remember the "wet wet" is the
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Spray paint / How2 wet sanding : part 2
here in part two i am demonstrating wet sanding primer
and the different tools and techniques that i use, to achieve a straight
finish for perfect coloring
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74 Chevy Nova Update 15 - Jamb painting
Finally some COLOR! I show the jamb painting from masking to complete.
Velocity Red Mica is the color and its Urethane Base with Clear Coat. Red
Oxide Sealer was used as well to help with overage.
Painting the Chevy Nova
Throwing that Cherry Red and Gold Pearl at the 74!! My man Brian did the
color and the clear for me. All home grown, home built as you can tell!!
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How to Block Sand-68 RS Camaro Home Project
Mark Aquino shows you tricks of the trade-how to block sand on this 1968 RS
This car has been disassembled for sanding and paint. The hood is being
block sanded. He suggests doing 2-3 strokes one way and doing an X pattern
and doing 2-4 stokes across the other way, bringing it down evenly. Use a
black guide coat and block sand over it for all the black to come off.
Where there is a low spot there is imperfections, when you get to metal,
that's a high spot probably from inner support on the hood pushed on the
inner skin. Notice the sharp lines, ready for paint. We use 320 dry, 500
wet for metallic or pearl, 600-800 wet for clear for ultimate finish and we
double clear. This is the hood and decklid.