Rustoleum Roller Paint Job Done On The Cheap $50 1985 Mustang Convertible 5.0
Here you'll learn how to paint a car for less than $50. Dubbed the Rustoleum Roller Paint Job. Here's the supplies you'll need: 1-2 Quarts Rustoleum Gloss Paint (Your choice of color) Gallon (or less) Mineral Spirits A couple sponge foam paint brushes and / or bristle brushes 4 inch Foam Roller set. Mix the Rustoleum and the mineral spirits at a 75% to 25% ratio. Or, 3 cups rustoleum, 1 cup mineral spirits. Mix together and roll on. If your looking for a better finish, you'll spend more time putting on more coats. If that's what your wanting, make the ratio approx 60 / 40. This is what my Mustang looked like before and after a single coat of 75 /25 mix. I'll need to apply a second coat. Then it should be finished. Quick, cheap and easy. Tomorrow I'm laying down new pinstriping and taping off the hood for a stripe to go down the middle. VT247
How To Use a Touch Up Paint Pen to Repair Car Paint Scratches (New!)
http://www.PaintScratch.com founder Collin Harris demonstrates how to use a touch up paint pen to repair a small scratch on his ranch truck. Paint pens are the perfect product for touching up scratches and chips that are less than the width of a pencil eraser. Here is the touch up paint pen process: 1. Safety First: Before starting, we recommend you wear a dual-cartridge respirator and protective gloves and clothing. And be sure to work in a ventilated workspace. 2. Practice!: This is the single most important step. Use a practice surface such as a metal can or a glossy sheet of paper and be sure to practice with each of the paint pens. 3. Cleanliness: Apply a small amount of wax and grease remover to a clean rag. Thoroughly wipe the scratch and surrounding area. If you do not clean the area, the touch-up paint won’t adhere properly. 4. Apply Primer (if necessary): If you’re fixing scratches down to an unpainted surface, use the primer paint pen as the first layer. 5. Apply Basecoat: The basecoat is the touch up paint color that matches your vehicle. Apply the paint as evenly as possible. Use light layers to evenly coat the scratch. Allow the surface to dry before adding another layer of paint 6. Apply Clearcoat: The clearcoat is the top layer that protects your basecoat from damage. Apply the clearcoat in light layers, allowing the surface to dry completely before adding another layer. 7. Polish with Rubbing Compound: The rubbing compound is used to polish the clearcoat. For more touch up paint directions visit our how to use touch up paint page: http://www.paintscratch.com/touch-up-paint-directions/. You can find and order your touch up paint color on our site here: http://www.paintscratch.com/touch_up_paint/.
Rustoleum Clear Coat Shot Cut and Polished(50 Dollar paint job o yeah :)
Well today i rattlecanned some clear rustoleum over a panel on the 50 dollar paint job truck :). After shooting it I almost freaked out at how terrible it looked, but then I remembered the most important thing, WETSAND AND POLISH :) It came out looking pretty nice, I think I'll add that step to the rest of the truck as I finish it off. Truck still needs a little bodywork and paint.
50/50 mix on $600 mustang project
lol....yes, another video of my $600. 1991 Mustang project....got brave & tried the 50/50 mix on my $27. rustoleum safety red paint job...adding some cheap paint thinner.