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

How To Prep and Paint Raw Bumper | Shooting Clear Over Single Stage | More Autobody Q&A

Proper preparation for shooting clear coat over a single stage, prepping new raw bumper for paint, spraying paint using a small compressor, and more autobody tips. Don’t forget to sign-up for to Learn Auto Body and Paint FREE COURSE for the step-by-step autobody work/process of “The G.O.O.D. Van Project”. Please also LIKE and SUBSCRIBE to my YT channel for new videos coming out soon. And … Read more

How To Blend Paint On Your Car (Quarter Panel, Door, and Bumper) and More Autobody Q&A

Getting your car repaired is a serious thing but there are some tips you need to follow in order to make sure that the blending paint job goes well and looks professional when it’s done. Don’t forget to sign-up for to Learn Auto Body and Paint FREE COURSE for the step-by-step autobody work/process of “The G.O.O.D. Van Project”. Please … Read more

Rust Repair On Car Door, How To Avoid Tiger Stripes When Applying Metallic Paint & More Autobody Q&A

Tiger stripes on your car’s metallic paint job are highly undesirable. As the paint isn’t a single layer but is made up of lots and lots of thin layers for superior sheen, an uneven application can result in breakages. Read this post for some tips and other autobody questions answered. Don’t forget to sign-up for … Read more

How To Fix Dents On Plastic Bumper, How To Paint Door Jambs On Car, and More Autobody Q&A

Door jambs and exterior trim can be a real pain when they are old. If you need to repaint them, it will require some prep work. To get ready for the painting jobs ahead, check out this guide on how to paint door jambs and more autobody prep and painting tips. Don’t forget to sign-up … Read more