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This DIY aerosol can method may not be for everyone, but I do receive a lot of questions about using spray cans. If you do not have a paint gun and you want to make a touchup repair yourself, this may be an option for you that you can do at your home. First find color code by entering your cars make, year and model. You will see every color for your specific make and model.
The methods shown in the videos are basically the same as you normally would use when blending using a spray gun. I have a video that explains why blending is necessary and how it works. Be certain to pay attention to their masking instructions. Taping squares will not look good…this will be very noticeable and will not match correctly. This is true with aerosol cans or spray guns.
Also be sure to watch how they blend the new paint into the old paint, which will provide a good color match. Learn more or find your color code at www.CollisionBlast.com/ATU
Automotive Touch Ups - Car Smarts to repair your vehicle!
How To Blend - Color Match
Peeling Clear Coat - Spoiler
Door Molding Repair
Automotive Touch Ups - Car Smarts to repair your vehicle!Is DIY car paint repair possible? Do you know how to fix car paint chips? Do you want to save money on your external car repairs? Well with Automotive Touch Up you can do just that. Lauren Fix brings you the latest Car Smarts video with information on DIY car paint damage repair with Automotive Touch Up
Blending ExplainedBlending automotive paint is a techniques used to fade the new color into the original color to give you the illusion of a perfect color match. It is necessary to blend metallic and pearl colors in order to have a good match in most cases.
How To Blend - Color MatchUse a blending technique to make an automotive paint repair look less obvious with a comparison to a car paint repair done incorrectly by masking off a small section.
Body FillerThis video shows bondo body filler and spot putty techniques. We then refinish with some touch up paint.
Bumper RepairScuffs are common on any bumper. Here we show how to spot repair a scuffed bumper using this Porsche Cayenne and our premium quality aerosol spray paint as an example.
Peeling Clear Coat - SpoilerClearcoat was delaminating (flaking off) from this OEM red Ford ZX2 spoiler which is very common on older basecoat clearcoat paint jobs. Here we show how to repair it. Extra tip: try to remove all of the old clear. It didn\'t hold up to sunshine and water. Putting fresh paint over the chipped paint can make the old clearcoat wrinke up.
Door Molding RepairRepairing Honda Civic door trim using AutomotiveTouchup.com aerosol spray paint.