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I showed you how to roll it on, now I show you how to spray it on. I'm not sure who did the music, as soon as I find out I will update this.

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How to Spray Paint a Car at Home Yourself (Aerosol)
See the Materials Used Here car-yourself Refinish Network consists of various professional and enthusiast painters whom work collectively to help eachother out using the websites discussion forum. You will also find various helpful 'how to' articles from painting to body repairs. This video illustrates how to paint a car using only aerosol spray cans. It is best to use a spray gun where possible, however it is possible to paint a car yourself with an Aerosol Spray Can.

50 dollar rustoleum paint job
I found a few videos of people painting cars with rustoleum using paint rollers. I just had to try it!!! Gotta say, not bad for 22 dollars worth of materials.

How to fix a scratch & stone chip with spray cans.
In this episode of Custom Spray Mods Dave shows a complete step by step guide on fixing a scratch and a stone chip in your paintwork. Includes sanding, primer, paint, clear and Buffing. Using this method the finish you get will look great. And its all done cheaply and easily. Click here to purchase the Scuffing paste and pads used in this video. _1165 Preval DIY Spray Can Unit Music by DanoSongs Music by Kevin Macleod Music by Ignyte: All products available at VG Auto Paints How to fix a scratch How to paint with spray cans stone chip auto paint spray

How to get an even coat of paint with spray cans
Hey guys! I’m Brad, and I make how-to videos. I do custom painting projects, guitar painting, airbrushing, spray can painting, wood working, and a variety of other finishing work and tutorials. Please subscribe and check out my channel for more! This video is meant to help those who are doing paint jobs with spray cans rather than paint guns. It is always best to use paint guns when trying to get an even coat of paint, particularly on a large surface. I hope this video will be useful to those who don't have access to such equipment. This should hopefully answer some of the questions that arose pertaining to my video about painting guitars with spray cans as well. The paints that I used in this video were both enamels and are made by rustoleum. The black is a semi-gloss. I recommend using matte black if you are intending to paint over it, particularly if you plan on waiting more than an hour or so. This will allow for better mechanical adhesion, although the paint should adhere chemically if you are using solvent based material. Don't forget to ask your questions or submit video questions if you want to show me something. Thanks for watching. For more updates and information, follow me on twitter, tumblr, and Facebook: