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: http://www.eastwood.com/eastwood-concours-pro-2-gun-set-w-aluminum-case.htm l?utm_source=youtube&utm_medium=annotation&utm_content=concours%20pro&utm_c ampaign=2015-07-14 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!
How to Spray Automotive Clear Coat
Proper application of clear coat is important to your final vehicle finish. In this video Pro-Spray Technical Trainer and instructor, Bill Warner, reviews the basics of applying Pro-Spray clear. Learn tips on solvent selection, spray gun application techniques, flash time and matching OEM texture. Watch. Share. Get professional tips. Subscribe at http://www.YouTube.com/prosprayautofinishes Facebook @ http://www.facebook.com/prospray Online @ http://www.ProSprayFinishes.com , http://www.OutrageousFinishes.com, http://www.NavigatorColor.com
Painting Basics & Techniques - Part 1 of 2 with Kevin Tetz - Eastwood
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How to Set Air Pressure / Air Volume for a HVLP or RP Spray Gun with SATA
Are you failing in the paint booth before you even pull the trigger? What are the air volume needs for a HVLP or RP spray gun? The volume of air you send a gun could have more then anything to with material usage and application issues then any other issue in Collision Repair. Learn from SATA DanAm Marketing Director Tony Larimer as he discusses everything from choosing the right fitting to selecting the right pressure at the wall. Before you even pull the trigger, the right volume of air will make your refinish flawless and easy. www.CollisionHub.com