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Hey, it’s Tony from LearnAutoBodyAndPaint with today’s YouTube live in Japan! It’s so nice to see you again guys!
I’m here visiting friends and family, while doing some work. I’m doing a small conference out here to help people start with their internet business. I’ll then be flying to Hawaii for a week and back to Japan.
I was in the Philippines three weeks ago, but didn’t do live there since I was busy with business and going around. But, I did take a lot of videos.
Question: “Which is better, Etch or Epoxy?”
That depends on what you are working on. I wish you had pictures. If you’re working on a classic, I recommend using an Epoxy.
However, you can Etch and later go with Epoxy on top of it. Though, I prefer straight over metal Epoxy. You can block that out and go with 2K filler primer.
Have you seen my recent video that went out? I have three more similar projects that I am editing at the moment.
The others are pretty cool. We did a candy lime gold, candy oriental blue and candy burple and we have all those lined up.
There’s also the CX-5 Project will also be released. I’ve shown you a little bit of it back in Texas, but I’m still in the process of editing the complete video. So, stay tuned!
Question: “Is 90 degrees too hot to spray metal flake on small areas like a dashboard?”
You can use a low temperature reducer on it. However, I’d recommend spraying that late at night or early morning when it’s colder. You may want to try spraying at around 80 degrees.
Question: “In the winter, I’m planning on painting my ‘90 CR-X. Have you tried painting this type of car? What are your recommendations?”
Old or new car. It doesn’t matter what type of car because it will still be the same process.
The only difference will be if you’re dealing with a lot of metal. You’ll be putting Epoxy Primer on top of the metal before you do your 2K.
Question: “What is the value shade in terms of primers?”
There are different types of primers – black primer, white primer and grey primer. You can also tint some primers. But it is just to save you some time and material with your base coat. If you are painting a black car, you’d use the black primer.
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I have a lot of new content in VIP and some are still in the works and will be added before the end of the year, so stay tuned!
On another note, how many of you are entrepreneurs and who would like to set up their own online business?
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