9 Easy Steps To Blend Paint Jobs From Home!

Here are 9 Easy Steps To Blend Paint Jobs From Home. Enjoy reading! 

1. First you want to pinpoint your body work area and apply the proper body work strategies. You know, …the panel beating, the banging, the hammering pounding and all that noise.

2. Fill the area with your body filler. The “Bondo” as most us us call it. Bondo is only a body filler brand. Some people think that “Bondo” is the body filler of body fillers. You have Rage Gold, Evercoat and a bunch of other body filler brands and they all work well, even the Wal-Mart ones work!

3. Sand your body filler flat, use a guide coat if you are having a hard time getting it flat. Then you want to use your proper 2k primer with your hardener. After you prime, check for imperfections. Do your glaze …if you need to, wetsand and walla you’re ready for masking.

4. Masking… Masking is a very important step especially when blending because you need to blend into areas that will not be totally masked. If you watch the video you’ll see certain areas of the car that are not masked.

5. 2000 grit the blending areas so you can have a section to melt your clearcoat to. You can use a paint blender that you mix with your clear on the last coat OR my way… so you can save on the blender is to (use reducer) to blend. I’ll show you how to easily use the plain old reducer that you use for base and clear to blend your paint PRO style!

6. Apply your base color in a feather spray pattern only covering the primed areas first. Gradually widen your coverage on the 2-3 coats until your base coat starts to blend with the original base color on your panels.

7. Clearcoat time. Clear all of your panels except the blending areas twice until you get that high gloss look all over except where you want to blend. On the last coat is where you will mix your reducer with your clear. Mix the proper amount and blend only over the section where the clear is dry looking. Carefully blend the clearcoat, more like melting the clear with the reducer to the panel.

8. Buffing. wetsand the entire paint blending area with 1500 – 2000 grit paper and buff with the recommended buffing pads and compound which we cover step-by-step in the VIP Training Course.

9. Enjoy your completed project! This may seem a little confusing if you are new to painting but when actually seen in step-by-step detail and watching me as I show you exactly how to do this and also showing you the best compounds you want to use makes it MUCH easier.

You’ll also save thousands of dollars by doing it yourself. Not to mention the money you can make by fixing friends, family’s cars on your spare time.

If you want more information on the proper tricks tips and methods so you can completely dominate auto body and paint from home. You must check out the VIP area of the site below, it’s filled with over 100 HOURS of video tutorials as I show you exactly how to fix, repair or customize anything from home.

Until Next Time,


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4 thoughts on “9 Easy Steps To Blend Paint Jobs From Home!”

  1. Man, I just wanted to say, you’re doing great and even better that you’re showing us how we all can do this from our home and save money. I’m will be getting your program here pretty soon, for now I enjoy all the free videos and love learning about all this more and more. Thanks Tony

  2. tony ,I’m a fan of your site,I grew-up in around body shop,actually back home in Phils.,from my dad and all my brothers and my self are auto-denters we repair cars from rust to total smash-car to fix it and bring it back to normal status,by the used of acetheline and electric rod welding,big hammers etc.,old-school style all done by hands. Anyways,when i got here in Winnipeg,Canada I got a chance to explore myself on painting cars,most of the car I work on are friends car and they want it on cheap prices you know thats why they go to you to spend cheaper , thats where my problem begins,because I dont know what type of paint brand or does base coat and clear coat has to be in the same brand and so,and I’m still scratching my head on estimating on how much I’m gonna charge a car paint job,coz backhome has diffrnt charges on body repair(auto denting),and diffnt’ charge on paint job,here in canada they made it in one they call it autobody,includes bodyworks and paint job,you can put it all in one-charge,so right now those are my question and confusements,and I hope I dont confuse you.

    • I think you’re best approach would to price local auto body shops first in your area, then you can see what the market is charging. You’ll probably want to ask questions like, what kind of paints they use etc…
      First find out what they might be using so you can counter think and not look stupid. Then you’ll have an idea of what you can charge compared to shops. Hope this helps!



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