How to paint a car step-by-step – This video was cut down to show you the step-by-step process of painting a car.
Yes, it may look like a lot of work, but when you actually know what to do in each step it becomes much easier. You do one panel, then just move on to the other 10 main panels of a car.
You know how most people say that prep work is 80% of your job? Well, it’s sorta true. But I say it’s more like 60% now that I think about it. Because if you can’t paint and understand how to mix, and properly spray, the job will come out bad.
Plus when all is said and done, if you don’t know what you can fix or how to fix it, you just don’t know. You don’t know what you don’t know.
That’s why the LABAP VIP course can be very beneficial for you. Not only will you learn every step-of the process, but I also open op and show you what to do if you encounter a certain fail situation…
Most common problems are things like dust in your basecoat, or a chemical reaction like biting, or a run or sag. Maybe you end up finding a pin-hole in your filler at the last minute and your just about to spray your panel, you have paint in your cup and the gun in your hand. What do you do?
Do you say “screw it” and lay paint over it?, do you freak out? Well, I have come across many situations like that over my years of painting experience and I want to share them all with you so you can not only learn from my mistakes, but you’ll have the whole idea and concept from the start.
It’s really an un-fair advantage that you have over the other guy out there that thinks that he know this stuff… until he run into a problem and freaks out. Save your time, money… and invest in yourself.
It’s all about ROI. And I think that you’ll get so much more than what you invest in this VIP course. And that’s the whole point.
I will add, if you don’t like it, or for some reason you think the course is not for you, just email my support girls here for a complete refund. You have no risk at all, so why not test it out and see if it’s for you?
Talk soon and see you inside!
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