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Cut-n-Buff Clearcoat on a 4th Gen. Camaro MUSCLE CARS & HOT RODS Episode 183

Colorsand and Buff automotive refinish. http://photofinishoftucson.com/index.html http://www.jamesfreddys.com/index.html (520) 294-4744.


 


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junkyard with 3rd & 4th gen Camaros and Firebirds!
after I saw 3rd4thgenfbody's video of his local yard, I wanted to do the same myself!, anyways. so heres one of the yards up my way. and yep I walked passed few things I wanted , a few things I grabbed today cost me 80 bucks. this yard is a steep on prices, but for good 3rd gen parts to me, its priceless. so I pay if I need it or want to save. but some are in very sad shape, even have life growing out of them. thanks for watching,





Removing Clearcoat Runs with Glaze (Polyester Glazing Putty)
Had to edit, tone down and distort the music playing on the radio, Youtube blocked the first attempt. Saw this method on one of Jamesfreddy's videos, as well as a few others. I liked this method better than using a razor blade.





2ND STAGE COMPLETE SURFACE SYSTEMS AST REJUVENATION ON 456 FERRARI WITH MICROMETER TEST
This is the second stage CSS Rejuvenation, using 3.5% cut compound lighter pad and micrometer test to measure thickness of clear coat removal, it is very important to measure in the same area of the bonnet to get accurate measurements with the micrometer, Only professionals like CSS can use their experience to determine clear coat removal by eye, but we always use a micrometer nevertheless. Here are some tips to let you know if you are removing too much clear coat. 1. You will start to see very tiny holes in the clear - these are from the drying stage when the paint is curing and tiny pockets that have trapped solvents and gases that have dried out and leave tiny little holes in the middle of your clear coat until the buff removes to much clear and they become exposed. (Tip keep an eye out for this regularly by checking the area being buffed by wiping compound away to check, be very diligent with this as it is usually the first sign to stop before you damage paint any further.) 2. If you miss the first signs (the pin prick holes), then you will start to notice a change in the colour of the paint, usually in a tiny area that will soon become very big if you do not notice this occuring as the buff will be removing more clear coat than you bargained for. (Tip look out for discolouration ie. paint becomes a lot more dull as the clear coat starts to thin.) 3. Heat burn, keep an eye out for compound and heat building up in one area. It usually ranges from about 5 cent size to 50 cent size and can happen within seconds literally, it is a combination of compound and clear literally melting together and you will feel friction through the buff so look and feel for this as it will quickly turn into a compromised clear coat (Tip: if this does occur you can use cold water soaked in a CSS4 micro fiber cloth place on affected area, leave to cool the surface then get 2000 wet and dry and very carefully remove the compound and clear coat that hardend by this stage, use cold water and diligently wet and dry sand the affected surface. Do not use a block to sand, only use your fingers with a flat palm and always in very gentle circular motion, be very careful to only remove the raised clear coat and compound that has melted together. Re buff on the lowest setting with a 2.0 or 1.5% cut and 50% of the time you can save this area but it will still have less clear coat in the damaged area.) 4. You finish buffing and you wipe the paint and see a very large area of the surface that has been compromised and you have gone straight through the clear coat. (Tip: if this is you, then put the buff down and find somewhere to hide as your employer will be reaching for the cheque book and you will be looking for a new career, but seriously if this does occur you are not paying attention to what you are doing in any way.) (Tip if you want to learn to buff find a spray painter with a relatively newish guard or bar buy it and practice, trial by error and you will never be the one to burn through a clear coat again, ask any painter, detailer or DIY specialist they will tell you stories of what has happened to them whilst buffing.) My best advice is leave it to the experts, CSS have a combined experience of 30 years and can be trusted on all surfaces after all we are the best in Australia. Keep in mind if any of the above happens you have already damaged the painted surface. Watch out for more handy hints from CSS chris@completesurfacesystems.com.au www.completesurfacesystems.com.au





How to Blend Clear Coat
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1969 Camaro "Lou's Change" Custom Hood Fabrication Video V8TV
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