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Flow coating is more than just another coat of paint; it holds the potential to transform the entire look of a vehicle, providing a deep and glossy finish that exudes elegance and sophistication. In this comprehensive guide, we will share some of the processes and types of paint jobs that can truly shine with this technique. Don’t forget to sign-up for to Learn Auto Body and Paint FREE COURSE for the step-by-step auto bodywork/process of “The G.O.O.D. Van Project” and more custom auto bodywork and paintPlease also LIKE and SUBSCRIBE to my YT channel for new videos coming out soon. And if you want to learn how to make money with E-Commerce subscribe now to this link:

Flow coating is a technique that allows you to achieve a much clearer coat on your paint job. It’s typically applied after your initial clear coats have completely dried, which could be a week, 2-3 weeks, or even a month after the initial paint job. By using 800-grit sandpaper, you can smooth the surface and then proceed to apply two heavy coats of clear.

This method is particularly useful for candy paint jobs, flake, or pearl paint jobs, where you want to enhance the depth of the finish. Flow coating adds a mesmerizing depth to your paint job, making it appear much deeper and richer.

For example, when working on a Tesla, I prioritize applying a thick clear coat with two coats, achieving exceptional results that I’m satisfied with.

In summary, flow coating is a fantastic technique to elevate the visual appeal of certain paint jobs, creating stunning depth and a finish that stands out.

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