- Did You Know That You Can Use Automotive Based Paints on Boats Too?
Yep, You Can!
We have a game plan to gut and paint this boat and record the entire process. This why you need to take advantage of the LearnAutoBodyAndPaint.com Lifetime VIP Membership Course.
We will completely redo the bodywork, fiberglass repair, fill cracks, sand, prime and paint this boat with a nice 2-3 tone paint job. I am thinking of doing a white paint job with red flame graphics and a touch of pin-striping.
This project will be painted with a single stage enamel automotive based paint above the waterline. The bottom of the boat will be painted with a marine based paint that has additives that keep the bottom of the boat free of barnacles and creatures that like to grow under boats.
This project will be completely recorded and uploaded into the VIP members area in Mid 2011. We are doing a FULL restoration to the boat. New Interior, New Paint, A used 50-80 horse power outboard engine, Custom windshield, New Cables and much more.
Then we will have cool videos of the Learnautobodyandpaint team having fun in the ocean tearing it up!
This is the COOL thing about knowing how to properly use auto body and paint methods. There is no limits to what you can do and customize. You can paint Helmets, Bikes, Boats, Cars, Small body repairs, Furniture and the list goes on.
I have personally painted a set of safes. Yes safes, from a local company here for a big hotel chain. I made about $15,000 painting about 200 small safes costing me about $1,000 for material and finishing the job within 2 short weeks!
There is also great money to be made with your newly acquired skills. You can fix your friends, families cars, learn more… get even better and do more projects. This is how I started.
I was 13 when I started painting small mopeds under my mom’s house back home 🙂
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