(Auto Painting Techniques) Preparing Cured Paint Surface For Airbrush Work Part 1





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Uploaded on Apr 19, 2010

http://CollisionBlast.com - - In this video of auto painting techniques, I was asked how to get a car ready for art work. I assume that the person is an artist and already knows how to use an airbrush. She was just not sure how to prep the paint that is already on the car. That is an excellent question, as just air brushing straight over the clearcoat would peel off shortly after applied to the panel.

Here are the steps to part one. Preparing the paint before starting the airbrush work. Wash surface with dish soap and water -
Wipe the surface with wax and grease remover -
Wet sand the painted surface with 1000 grit sandpaper
Scuff the panel concentrating on the hard-to-get areas and edges. Gray
Allow To Air Dry And Move Panel To Painting Area To Begin Air Brush or Art Work.

We will pick up from here on Part 2, which is coming soon.

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