My shop is handling the refinishing of a typical metal car and a fiberglass car. Should we prime the entire car or just prime the areas that were patched/repaired?
How do I paint silver metallic with extra metallic without having the color look light on some sides and dark on others?
This technique should help you avoid a clear line or halo coming back to haunt you.
What is considered the break between body tech and paint tech? Where does the body work technically stop and paint take over?
A little known maneuver called the “two step” can help high-volume painters save time and energy.
I always seem to have trouble getting 1/8-inch fine line tape to stick when laying out a design. I always use a tack rag to remove any dust or overspray particles before I lay the tape down, but it always seems to pop up.
Some painters dread three-stage paints and pearls, but there is a secret and a method of matching that works every time.
I’ve found that masking a car with plastic is superior in every way to using paper. You save time and materials, plus you eliminate the possibility of dirt ruining your paint job.
The perfect custom paint job depends largely on what kind of vehicle you’re putting that wild or mild job on.