do it up. I thought about that implement paint, but its a PAIN to get off and not very friendly to paint over. I plan on this just being a temporary job until the spring.
I took the front bumper down to the plastic so it orange peeled really bad, so i layered like 7 coats on it and it will wet sand and buff out. Other than that, one small run on the pass. quarter, but nothing that won't come out. Overall I'm pretty effin impressed myself.major props ... looks so much better than anything i couldve done, especially with no paint booth and budget equipment!
makes me wanna do it - any runs or bad orange peel or anything?
Thanks for the heads up.word of advice after wet sanding and buffing on single stage.....you wanna put some kind of sealer wax on it pretty soon after, otherwise itll start fading and stuff
oh it definitely got its share of trash in the paint, but a good wet sand and buff was always on the agenda. I laid the paint thick enough to accommodate.wow, that was really good. I opened the thread expecting the "cheap rattle can" job that actually looks decent but this looks really good. Especially for bein in a back yard. I would be afraid somethin would fall or fly into it. I bet a bumble bee would make a nice little mark in the wet paint. Props to you man
yeah they do..but after the process is complete i think itll be just fine. The hood got the most trash in it, as you can see in the pics, and itll come out no prob.looks really good for the conditions it was painted in ....but pictures do lie a bit
wonder what extracurricular activities you were in afterward..::jawdrop::dude.. my back hurts
LOL. you speak the truth, but i think rattle-can primer factories would go under if it weren't for 240s. Economic Stimulus FTMFW!now you just need to post this in every 240 forum in america... god knows they need some direction lol
yes. Ill do a much better job in my shop. i learned ALOTwow
wanna paint my car when you get the shop finished?
thats looks pretty damn good for what it is