House Of Kolor - How To Paint A Car - John Kosmoski
These are clips from the full DVD of Kustom Painting Made Easy - By John
Kosmoski of House of Kolor. The dvd is great and there is a ton of
information in it. I have the full 1hour and a half dvd. Email me.
How to Custom Paint a Car
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This is the painting of a 1968 Camaro going Synergy Green. This
car was stripped and restored, including panel replacements, some metal
patches and dent repairs.
Music used under the creative commons license -
wellman - certain death but not today
hansatom - inferno is a place on earth
The products used on this vehicle were BASF Onyx HD Waterborne basecoat and
Glasurit 923-200 Clearcoat.
Picture or Car Completed:
7 Must Have Auto Body Tools To Get Started in Auto Body Repair
7 Must Have Auto Body Tools To Get Started in Auto Body Repair Blog:
When getting started in the auto body repair business, let's face it... you
need some auto body tools.
You may be a hobbyist or you might be looking to get into auto body and
paint as a new money making venture. Whatever your choice is, if you want
to paint a car and start doing up your projects, you need to start building
your tool chest.
Today were going to talk about the 7 most common auto body and paint tools
that you'll probably end up needing in the near future.
1. Air Compressor
If you're serious about painting cars and auto body repair as a money
making venture then you'll want an air compressor that will last you years
and years to come. I recommend picking up a 240V 60 gallon with a 5-7 HP
It's perfect for painting a car, or a large van and will power all of your
air tools with ease. It's a workhorse that you'll be proud you bought.
Bigger is better when it comes to compressors.
If you want something small and only plan on painting touch ups and
motorcycles then a 25-35 gallon air compressor will work for you.
SIDE NOTE: You can and I have painted a full car with a smaller 30 gallon
tank. You just need to keep your eyes and ears on the pressure fluctuation
and adjust accordingly while your painting I don't recommended it, but it
can be done.
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