Dodge Charger Purple Paint Job (Raw Un-Edited)
See the Edited Version with Instruction - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nYzAfPNVjr0 A Dodge Charger paint job shown at regular speed, each coat of paint has about 5-10 minutes in between. Find us @ http://www.refinishnetwork.com on Facebook http://goo.gl/RaFEjr Twitter https://twitter.com/refinishnetwork YT Channel http://www.youtube.com/user/jimmo4life Other Great Video's to Check Out: How to Choose Primer - http://goo.gl/JW7oUN Blending Silver Paint - http://goo.gl/fqMoe5 Refinish Network Auto Body Repair Video's have been created for both professional automotive painters seeking information and enthusiasts looking for how to paint a car yourself, carry out minor repairs and general interest in automotive repair and vehicle painting.
How to Fix a Scratch and Paint with Base / Clear
http://www.refinishnetwork.com/car-painting-how-to Visit http://www.refinishnetwork.com for more videos, repair article, auto body repair courses and auto body repair information. Join other auto body technicians and discuss car painting techniques with auto body professionals and enthusiasts. This shows a minor scrape on a Mazda Miata. The scratch was feathered out, primed and painted using BASF paint. There are many ways to get the job done, this is what was done here: 1. The scratch was feathered out using 280 grit paper until each color was seperated around 1/2". 2. Next it was backsanded to allow space for the primer to adhere. 3. It was primed with 2 coats of Glasurit 285-10/20 direct to metal urethane primer and allowed to dry. It was primed with a devilbiss finishline HVLP gun with a 1.6 tip. 4. Next it was blocksanded using 320 paper, then final sanded with some 400-500 grit paper. Using a block is optional there but recommended. 5. After taping it up it was painted using RM Diamont basecoat in 3 coats. Each coat was allowed to flash about 5 minutes before the next one. Then 15 minutes before clearing. An Iwata LPH400 was used to apply the basecoat at about 20 psi. 6. The clear coat used here was BASF DC5335 Glamour clear. It was applied in 2 coats with about 10 minutes between coats. It was applied using an Iwata W400 with about 26 PSI at the gauge. A few dirt nibs were colorsanded and polished afterwards.
How to Paint Your Car Yourself - Auto Body Repair (1 of 2)
Like us on Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/pages/RefinishNetwork/130126840847 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 illustrates the basic steps on how to paint a car, please check out my other auto body repair video's for more information on how to paint a car yourself, updated video includes the use of aerosol cans! This shows the steps necessary from start to finish of a minor dent repair on the quart panel of a sunfire. It includes filler application, block sanding, priming, sealer, painting & clearcoat application. There is many things to know if your looking to paint your car. Although this was done in a professional spray environment it can be accomplished the same at home but with likely a lot more polishing after. This how to paint a car video assumes a bit of knowledge and if you need some more feel free to visit our website for how to paint articles or look at the other videos on our channel
How to Remove a Clear Coat Run Using Polyester Putty
Visit us @ http://www.refinishnetwork.com 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 is a little run left in the clear coat. It is removed with no ghosting by applying polyester putty over the run first, then sanding it down flat and polishing to shine. It sucks to have happen but every painter has had a clear coat run from time to time. Removing a run takes some patience and time. but you can save a paint job when its done right. Let the run dry thoroughly before attempting this of the run can tear up from the clear coat. I have gotten many clear coat runs and many have resulted in resprays, as time goes on you get better and it happens much less...some clear coats are more prone to run then others to so consider changing your clearcoat or equipment set-up if you keep getting em!