How To Cut and Buff, Tacking, Epoxy vs 2k Primer, Two Stage Painting, and more Autobody Q&A

Your bodywork and paint need to be as smooth as possible and so your paint will last much longer if you cut and buff the bodywork correctly first, but what grit should you use? Read this post on how to properly cut and buff, and also on how to tack and prep your car for … Read more

Painting Over Epoxy Primer, Color Sand & Buff over Base/Clear, Repainting Single Stage Metallic- Q&A

How to add new paint over epoxy primer? What is the waiting time for the Epoxy to fully cure? -and a lot of autobody questions that I answered here. Check out this post to get your vehicle ready for professional paint. Don’t forget to sign-up for to Learn Auto Body and Paint FREE COURSE for the step-by-step … Read more

What Grit of Sandpaper Should You Use | How to Remove Paint Runs – Single Stage || More Q&A

Proper sanding will help to make the surface smooth and give it a better hold for the paint. Understanding grit on sandpaper is also one of the basic steps for faster and better paint removal. Knowing this, you need to determine what the average scuffing level will be for whatever project you are working on. … Read more

HVLP vs LVLP Spray Guns: What’s the Difference? | Single Stage vs Base/Clear | More Autobody Q&A

Spray guns are an important tool any time paint is involved. You’ve probably heard the terms “HVLP” and “LVLP.” But what do they mean? And which one should you choose? Check out this post for a little bit of information about these guns and I answered more auto body and paint concerns here. Don’t forget … Read more

How To SPRAY Raw Plastic, Aluminum, and Steel Car Parts (Single Stage BOSS BLACK)

In this post, we’re going to give a lot of tips on the step-by-step process of prepping and painting raw plastic, aluminum, and steel parts using single-stage. Know what sandpaper grit to use, the PSI settings, the paint, and the tools you need for a project like this. Don’t forget to sign-up for to Learn Auto … Read more