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Car Touch Up Paint

You might never have had this kind of trouble with your car’s paint, but as I said before they can quickly occur so you might want to know these few steps of proper touch up paint use. Before you start you will need to require all needable material for this process. Mostly you will need basic things such as masking paper, masking tape, primer, sandpaper, base coat and clear coat. Of course you will need to choose the paint that exactly matches the current one.

Firstly you might put your vehicle into the shade and then clean it by washing it with a shampoo that is specially formulated for cars. Next thing that follows is of course drying and then mask the area around the damaged spot to avoid spreading or spilling of paint over it. When you do that go and take a high grit sandpaper to sand the damaged part. Don’t sand just the area that is imperfect, rather do it one or two inches more all around the repair needing area. Then with a soft cloth dust the area.

When things that are listed above are done, the fun part comes into a repairing plan. Use paint brush and apply the primer over the scratch. Again, let it dry and then apply one more coat of primer. You can do this process up to four times with a gap of about ten minutes between each coat. Next few steps are now crucial. Take the base coat and test it if the buyed one matches to the original one, so that paint will easily blend in. Now softly sand the primed area. Next, take the color and apply it over the primed surface, you can do this up to 3-4 coats as required. Keep a gap of somewhere between twenty and thirty minutes between two coats for drying. You can choose to use a paint can and brush or a spray paint for repainting the damaged area. Finish the procedure by application of clear coat after the base coat dries off.