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One of the coolest projects I have seen here is the $70 dollar paint job.This method uses Rustoleum as a substitute for expensive car paint thats why ...
This job can be performed in different ways: 1. Spray the paint (I decide that I want to spray the paint just because I believe is the easiest way) S...
If you are spraying: Rustoleum high gloss paint - 2 Quarts if rolling or brushing you might need 3 = $16 (whatever color you want, It could even be fl...
Before you do anything on the car first thing is WASH IT REALLY GOOD. This step is important because here is where you are going to get rid of the dir...
At this point take out or cover with tape every single part that you don’t want paint on like gaskets, windows, wheel, lights, etc, make sure you keep...
Not everybody has to do this step, if you dont you are lucky if you do well here is what youll need: Bondo body filler and hardener $14 Bondo spreadi...
The first thing you need to do before painting is thin the paint. For this you are going to use the mineral spirits. The ratio is going to be about ha...
Now just out the car back together and enjoy. Well at the end I love the results, the paint is shiny and strong, there is no need for a clear coat bu...
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