How To Paint a Car - Hands-On Cars 14: Painting The Camaro! Kevin Tetz & Eastwood

Learn how to paint a car as Kevin Tetz walks you through the process from scuffing the urethane primer to spraying an epoxy primer seal coat to base and clear as he paints his Z/28 Camaro. Buy a Concours Pro Gun: It's time to paint the Camaro! Kevin starts by masking the car while showing you a technique known as back-masking. He then preps the car by sanding and scuffing the panels which are covered in urethane primer-surfacer. Then it's time to put the car in the paint booth and prep the car and booth for paint. The car is washed before he wipes it with glass cleaner, PRE Paint Prep, alcohol and a tack rag. The booth is removed of all dirt and dust. He even put bug bombs in the booth the night before to eliminate any creatures from walking onto the freshly painted car. Then he sprays the epoxy primer sealer coat before laying down the Boulevard Black Basecoat and Premium Show Clear with his Concours Pro HVLP Paint Gun- all from Eastwood. You'll get a lot of great tips and tricks along the way that will help you do a great job when you spray your car. Are You an Eastwood Guy? Kevin Tetz sure is!

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How To Color Sand & Buff Your Car's Paint on Hands-On Cars Ep 15 - Eastwood
The Camaro is painted Gloss Black and in this episode Kevin Tetz teaches you how to color sand and buff your paint job to make it look perfect. You may think it looks good with fresh paint, but once you see it buffed, you'll see how great it can look. All on episode 15 of the web series Hands-On Cars. He buffs the front and rear bumpers of his 1978 Z/28 Camaro, which have a lot of bends, curves and shapes - so you'll learn all the tricks you need to know to buff your car and make it look great. He starts by using Eastwood sand paper to remove imperfections in the clear. he then moves on to 3M Trizact Paper to remove any fine scratches caused by the sand paper. And remember not to sand those peaked edges - it's too easy to cut through your clear. Also, don't forget to soak your sand paper in water and soap to make it last. And keep your area wet when you're sanding. KT uses the Eastwood Buffer Polisher that has a slow start and variable speed to buff the large areas. He then moves on to a small 3" Eastwood Buffer. He has multiple buffing pads for each - starting with a coarse wool pad and moving to a soft foam pad. He uses the Norton Liquid Ice System to buff it perfect. Before the episode is over he visits the AACA Museum in Hershey Pennsylvania - Chocolate Town - to see the awesome display of antique Indian motorcycles. Some motorcycles are over 100 years old - including one with "skis" on each side for riding in the snow. Plus a "buckboard" type vehicle that was basically a go-cart and was considered street legal at the time. Tetz has almost transformed his beat up 78 Z into a Pro-Touring Machine! Check out all the past episodes to see how he got to this point. Kevin is definitely an Eastwood Guy. Are You?

Beginner's Guide: How To Paint A Car At Home In 4 Easy Steps - Eastwood
Broken down into 4 easy steps, this is the definitive guide to achieving professional results while painting at home in your garage or driveway. Let's get started! LINK TO BUY CONCOURS PRO PAINT GUN: outube&utm_medium=annotation&utm_campaign=2017-09-07&utm_content=concours%2 0pro%20help%20paint%20gun LINK TO BUY PAINTS & CLEAT COATS: utm_medium=annotation&utm_campaign=2017-09-07&utm_content=paints%20and%20co atings LINK FOR PAINT SUPPLIES: medium=annotation&utm_campaign=2017-09-07&utm_content=paint%20equipment For more information on Eastwood products visit or stay connected with the team via: Facebook - Instagram - Blog - Since 1978 Eastwood has been supplying products to the people who want to do the job right. Eastwood offers a complete line of hand tools, welders, plasma cutters & accessories, metal working tools, powder coating supplies, paint and paint guns, specialty paints and hard to find products, all for the DIY-er. Eastwood has all the tools and supplies you need to restore your car, truck or motorcycle

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