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Ok since my jeep is a major beater and I take it offroading, what better way to paint a fading beaten up jeep than with spraypaint? I chose to paint ...
Step one find a vehicle. You can use an existing vehicle or go buy one like me from craigslist for dirt cheap. :D Aw look at the lil jeep the day I bo...
Now drive to your nearest hardware store and buy the following: -Spray paint (10 cans of Krylon Satin Italian Olive) -220grit sandpaper -a can of min...
First I needed to remove the pinstripe from the vehicle. I used a heatgun and a razor to remove the pinstripe. Now remove all the parts you dont want...
After finish sanding you need to wipe the entire vehicle down with some Acetone or mineral spirits to clean the surface. I then Painted the door jams...
After prep and doing the door jams. I needed to mask off the windows and lights so that I wouldnt get paint all over them. I just used paper I had lay...
Ok now for the fun stuff PAINT. Break out all the spray paint you bought and start spraying. Make sure your (insert nice car here) isnt parked nearby ...
After letting the paint dry for an hour you can remove the masking on the windows. Should look something like the picture below. (Notice the numbers I...
Now reinstall the parts you took off (lights, roof rack, etc.)
I bought a front bullguard and wanted to paint it to match the truck. So ill add this step in aswell. 1) Sand down bullguard with 200 grit sandpaper...
I installed the front bullguard and it looks like this: The second picture is a year later after I added zombie decals to it and got a new front bumpe...
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