50 DOLLAR PAINT JOB TREMCLAD/RUSTOLEUM PART 3 OF 6

Spent a little more than 50 dollars on this paint job due to body damage that had to be fixed. Materials: -1 Gallon Tremclad (Canadian name for Rustoleum, same company) gloss black. -600, 1000, 1500, 2000 Grit Wet sand-paper -1 Gallon Mineral Spirits - 4 inch. High-Density Foam Roller - Assorted sized Foam Brushes - Tack clothes - Measuring Cup - Sanding Block Things can get messy so I also bought latex work gloves. There are a few other things that I bought that may not be very important to you E.G. Bucket, sponge, respirator, body filler, body shaper. Step 1: Use 600 Grit wet sand-paper to scuff the existing paint on the vehicle, be sure to scuff especially on edges and of doors, windows. Was the car and let it dry. Once dry remove remaining dust with a tack cloth (IMPORTANT) Step 2: Mix paint and mineral spirits 50/50. I used 1 cup of paint for 1 cup of mineral spirits to cover the car once. Make sure you mix thoroughly! Step 3: Apply light coat to car. Don't be alarmed by how little it actually covers, this is merely the first coat and it is important to just get a base going. Let paint dry at least 6 hours or more depending on the weather in your area. Step 4: Mix more paint with mineral spirits if necessary and apply 2nd coat. Keep the coat thin, again the paint wont cover much until at least your 4th coat depending on the previous color of the paint. Let car dry at least 24 hours (IMPORTANT) Step 5: Wet sand with 1000 Grit sand-paper and wash the car. Let dry and apply tack cloth. Step 6: Apply coats 3 and 4 using same method as previously stated. and so on.... you want to wet sand your car every 2 coats going up in grit every time i.e. after coat 4 you will wet sandind with 1500 grit and after coat 6 2000 grit....you get the picture. The amount of coats needed depends on the condition of the previous paint and how well the new paint sticks to the vehicle. You be the judge. I only put 5 coats on mine. Comment if you have any questions and I'll try to answer them in a timely fashion. Thanks.

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50 DOLLAR PAINT JOB TREMCLAD/RUSTOLEUM PART 4 OF 6
Spent a little more than 50 dollars on this paint job due to body damage that had to be fixed. Materials: -1 Gallon Tremclad (Canadian name for Rustoleum, same company) gloss black. -600, 1000, 1500, 2000 Grit Wet sand-paper -1 Gallon Mineral Spirits - 4 inch. High-Density Foam Roller - Assorted sized Foam Brushes - Tack clothes - Measuring Cup - Sanding Block Things can get messy so I also bought latex work gloves. There are a few other things that I bought that may not be very important to you E.G. Bucket, sponge, respirator, body filler, body shaper. Step 1: Use 600 Grit wet sand-paper to scuff the existing paint on the vehicle, be sure to scuff especially on edges and of doors, windows. Was the car and let it dry. Once dry remove remaining dust with a tack cloth (IMPORTANT) Step 2: Mix paint and mineral spirits 50/50. I used 1 cup of paint for 1 cup of mineral spirits to cover the car once. Make sure you mix thoroughly! Step 3: Apply light coat to car. Don't be alarmed by how little it actually covers, this is merely the first coat and it is important to just get a base going. Let paint dry at least 6 hours or more depending on the weather in your area. Step 4: Mix more paint with mineral spirits if necessary and apply 2nd coat. Keep the coat thin, again the paint wont cover much until at least your 4th coat depending on the previous color of the paint. Let car dry at least 24 hours (IMPORTANT) Step 5: Wet sand with 1000 Grit sand-paper and wash the car. Let dry and apply tack cloth. Step 6: Apply coats 3 and 4 using same method as previously stated. and so on.... you want to wet sand your car every 2 coats going up in grit every time i.e. after coat 4 you will wet sandind with 1500 grit and after coat 6 2000 grit....you get the picture. The amount of coats needed depends on the condition of the previous paint and how well the new paint sticks to the vehicle. You be the judge. I only put 5 coats on mine. Comment if you have any questions and I'll try to answer them in a timely fashion. Thanks.





50 DOLLAR PAINT JOB TREMCLAD/RUSTOLEUM PART 2 OF 6
Spent a little more than 50 dollars on this paint job due to body damage that had to be fixed. Materials: -1 Gallon Tremclad (Canadian name for Rustoleum, same company) gloss black. -600, 1000, 1500, 2000 Grit Wet sand-paper -1 Gallon Mineral Spirits - 4 inch. High-Density Foam Roller - Assorted sized Foam Brushes - Tack clothes - Measuring Cup - Sanding Block Things can get messy so I also bought latex work gloves. There are a few other things that I bought that may not be very important to you E.G. Bucket, sponge, respirator, body filler, body shaper. Step 1: Use 600 Grit wet sand-paper to scuff the existing paint on the vehicle, be sure to scuff especially on edges and of doors, windows. Was the car and let it dry. Once dry remove remaining dust with a tack cloth (IMPORTANT) Step 2: Mix paint and mineral spirits 50/50. I used 1 cup of paint for 1 cup of mineral spirits to cover the car once. Make sure you mix thoroughly! Step 3: Apply light coat to car. Don't be alarmed by how little it actually covers, this is merely the first coat and it is important to just get a base going. Let paint dry at least 6 hours or more depending on the weather in your area. Step 4: Mix more paint with mineral spirits if necessary and apply 2nd coat. Keep the coat thin, again the paint wont cover much until at least your 4th coat depending on the previous color of the paint. Let car dry at least 24 hours (IMPORTANT) Step 5: Wet sand with 1000 Grit sand-paper and wash the car. Let dry and apply tack cloth. Step 6: Apply coats 3 and 4 using same method as previously stated. and so on.... you want to wet sand your car every 2 coats going up in grit every time i.e. after coat 4 you will wet sandind with 1500 grit and after coat 6 2000 grit....you get the picture. The amount of coats needed depends on the condition of the previous paint and how well the new paint sticks to the vehicle. You be the judge. I only put 5 coats on mine. Comment if you have any questions and I'll try to answer them in a timely fashion. Thanks.





50 DOLLAR PAINT JOB TREMCLAD/RUSTOLEUM PART 5 OF 6
Spent a little more than 50 dollars on this paint job due to body damage that had to be fixed. Materials: -1 Gallon Tremclad (Canadian name for Rustoleum, same company) gloss black. -600, 1000, 1500, 2000 Grit Wet sand-paper -1 Gallon Mineral Spirits - 4 inch. High-Density Foam Roller - Assorted sized Foam Brushes - Tack clothes - Measuring Cup - Sanding Block Things can get messy so I also bought latex work gloves. There are a few other things that I bought that may not be very important to you E.G. Bucket, sponge, respirator, body filler, body shaper. Step 1: Use 600 Grit wet sand-paper to scuff the existing paint on the vehicle, be sure to scuff especially on edges and of doors, windows. Was the car and let it dry. Once dry remove remaining dust with a tack cloth (IMPORTANT) Step 2: Mix paint and mineral spirits 50/50. I used 1 cup of paint for 1 cup of mineral spirits to cover the car once. Make sure you mix thoroughly! Step 3: Apply light coat to car. Don't be alarmed by how little it actually covers, this is merely the first coat and it is important to just get a base going. Let paint dry at least 6 hours or more depending on the weather in your area. Step 4: Mix more paint with mineral spirits if necessary and apply 2nd coat. Keep the coat thin, again the paint wont cover much until at least your 4th coat depending on the previous color of the paint. Let car dry at least 24 hours (IMPORTANT) Step 5: Wet sand with 1000 Grit sand-paper and wash the car. Let dry and apply tack cloth. Step 6: Apply coats 3 and 4 using same method as previously stated. and so on.... you want to wet sand your car every 2 coats going up in grit every time i.e. after coat 4 you will wet sandind with 1500 grit and after coat 6 2000 grit....you get the picture. The amount of coats needed depends on the condition of the previous paint and how well the new paint sticks to the vehicle. You be the judge. I only put 5 coats on mine. Comment if you have any questions and I'll try to answer them in a timely fashion. Thanks.





50 DOLLAR PAINT JOB TREMCLAD/RUSTOLEUM PART 6 OF 6
Spent a little more than 50 dollars on this paint job due to body damage that had to be fixed. Materials: -1 Gallon Tremclad (Canadian name for Rustoleum, same company) gloss black. -600, 1000, 1500, 2000 Grit Wet sand-paper -1 Gallon Mineral Spirits - 4 inch. High-Density Foam Roller - Assorted sized Foam Brushes - Tack clothes - Measuring Cup - Sanding Block Things can get messy so I also bought latex work gloves. There are a few other things that I bought that may not be very important to you E.G. Bucket, sponge, respirator, body filler, body shaper. Step 1: Use 600 Grit wet sand-paper to scuff the existing paint on the vehicle, be sure to scuff especially on edges and of doors, windows. Was the car and let it dry. Once dry remove remaining dust with a tack cloth (IMPORTANT) Step 2: Mix paint and mineral spirits 50/50. I used 1 cup of paint for 1 cup of mineral spirits to cover the car once. Make sure you mix thoroughly! Step 3: Apply light coat to car. Don't be alarmed by how little it actually covers, this is merely the first coat and it is important to just get a base going. Let paint dry at least 6 hours or more depending on the weather in your area. Step 4: Mix more paint with mineral spirits if necessary and apply 2nd coat. Keep the coat thin, again the paint wont cover much until at least your 4th coat depending on the previous color of the paint. Let car dry at least 24 hours (IMPORTANT) Step 5: Wet sand with 1000 Grit sand-paper and wash the car. Let dry and apply tack cloth. Step 6: Apply coats 3 and 4 using same method as previously stated. and so on.... you want to wet sand your car every 2 coats going up in grit every time i.e. after coat 4 you will wet sandind with 1500 grit and after coat 6 2000 grit....you get the picture. The amount of coats needed depends on the condition of the previous paint and how well the new paint sticks to the vehicle. You be the judge. I only put 5 coats on mine. Comment if you have any questions and I'll try to answer them in a timely fashion. Thanks.




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