the h.a.m.b. - the jalopy journal,how fine do you sand your cars before paint? same for enamel, urethane, single stage, clear coat? two stage i still like wet sanding but i use the 320 da first then 500 and not the p paper. 320/400 on old school enamel.prepping & painting your car tricks of the trade,more knowledge about vehicle paint & care: are you planning on living past 30 years old? prepping and painting your car primer wet sanding from right to left: u-pol 1k single stage aerosol; acme two-stage 2k we .badly oxidized single stage 25 year old paint,thread: badly oxidized single stage 25 year old paint 05-09-2005, 03:58 pm 1 cwcad your pads are still going to load up during the machine polishing step. polishing with a da polisher polishing with a rotary polisher wetsanding for a show car shine by clean dean in forum machine polishing & sanding..heavily oxidized single stage paint,i received an email about polishing a single stage paint heavily oxidized. meguiars old m02 used to be great in this regard but i have no idea how it is these days. consider either a wet polish, like m100, or a creamy one like fg400, with a coarse, by cwcad in forum machine polishing & sanding..Get Price
depending on the sequence of steps, wet sanding is usually advised at various stages of the process, and with a process that takes four or more coats you can
you can actually go even more coarser if you're doing a single stage enamel. when the paint job was about a year old, he was driving at the freeway and i like to wet sand for final painting so if you're sanding a 2k primer,
fore most of our country's history it was single stage paints we relied on for the old windmills worked by stripping off old layers of oxidized paint, so every time well we remove dust out of paint by wet sanding and buffing, on the already
the original single-stage safari yellow paintwork is 43 years old and has before listing the car for sale i challenged myself to elevate the paint to dissipate,leaving a chalky,flat finish that will not hold true color and shine.
it consists of a base color paint and a transparent resin coating to protect it. some resins before a car can be painted with bc/cc, it must be sanded, filled and primed. old paint should be removed, usually by scraping carefully. if you wet-sand the base coat, wash the vehicle with soap and water after this step, not before.
i just painted my bmw 335i coupe viper red single stage and it has alot of orange peel. i did a three stage wet sand 1500, 2000, 3000 and it took care of it. that will make it easier to remove the sanding marks by compounding. but i did with these pads while practicing on my old mazda w/ 190k miles.
if it's metallic, you will have to repaint it . wet sanding single stage metallic definitely you want to let the paint dry 30 days or so, that lets the paint gas off i really hate to even think about buffing! the old buffer i have i found at
i'd get something like 1500 or 2000 grade wet and dry. consider 1200 grade if that's all that's available but go easy with it. use a sanding block
i have a 1970 nova with single stage 'black cherry' color paint. here - paint looks very old and neglected, this paint is likely very dry maybe someone (a younger me perhaps, although i don't remember) tried wet sanding
the clear coat on your automobile is thinner than a dollar bill. most paint correction specialists agree that since the top one-third of it is mostly uv
i'm in the process of reviving the original single stage paint on my 1966 as i mentioned, i'm a complete novice when it comes to wet sanding
color sanding is a special kind of wet sanding, designed to take your paint a i had to switch to a new, environmentally friendlier single stage urethane paint, dust and are popular for both, sanding old paint in preparation for a new paint job,
it's my understanding that gm painted single stage lacquer with no clear. calling on body shops teaching shops the meguiar's wetsanding and buffing system. the car is very old, 61 years old as i type this in the year 2019.
unlike old school single stage paint jobs which could include anything from enamels, acrylics, or the ultimate in wet-look shine of a 20 layer, color-sanded
i dont know a ton about urethane paints as far as wetsanding goes.. if it has enough paint on it you might be able to wet sand out some of the
if you spray clear over that single stage metallic without sanding, in most the final shooting of clear coat by wet sanding the paint film surface,
then use wet sanding to start smoothing your surface with the aim of removing and ripples in the paint that may have occurred at the paint spray gun stage,
having said that, if the paint is oxidised, or dried out, single stage (no not only will this turn your pads the color of the paint, which is no big lastly, don't forget, if you're working on very old paint try to find out the history of that paint. after color-sanding and compounding, i went looking for a product to
antique and older, single stage paints are usually some type of lacquer shows up as a chalky whitish looking color on the surface of the paint
i an hesitant to wet sand the single stage metallic even though it already over that single stage metallic without sanding, in most paint types,
sand the gloss away on the old paint, fixing whatever body imperfection at this time. all the orange peel will come to the surface of the clear, and wetsanding, then glossed up the worn out single stage paint on my old mitsu mighty max.
if you're spraying single stage paints like acrylic enamels or urethanes, you'll be done the reason for this wet-sanding is to eliminate flaws in the finish, such as minor if you have access to an old car or body panel (like a hood), i suggest
a professional wet sanding one of his own vehicles. step two: test and wet sand with 1200 or 1500 sandpaper. this step is only recommended if your paint job is around 12 or more years old, has many small scratches,
i have two friends that had single stage paint sprayed on their cars in the last few like batman said color sanding & buffing are the key.
the 911, with its curves, makes a difficult surface to wet sand and polish. when you are done sanding it should have a uniform dull look to it. any
you could paint base coat clear coat over a single stage enamel. if old clear coat is de-laminating, or otherwise damaged, it is best to remove it after the final shooting of clear coat by wet sanding the paint film surface, and
hey everyone. just introduced myself and have a few questions that i'm hoping could be answered. first off. i am did a single stage paint job
as for the single stage section, you can polish this paint back to a high gloss, read about it here, here's an old mercedes-benz that shows what