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Achieving a Professional Paint Job with Aerosol Spray Cans

Aerosol spray cans are a convenient and cost-effective option for painting a car, and with the right products, you can achieve a professional-quality finish. 2K spray cans from Spraymax are a great choice, as they work by utilizing a two-component system that includes a hardener, just like a professional paint shop.

One important product to consider is a 2K epoxy primer, which is good for filling in minor damage and providing added protection and leveling over body filler. This type of primer is direct to metal and of a higher quality than the 1K alternative from Duplicolor. For the best results, opt for a 2K primer.

When it comes to basecoat, it’s best to have the color matched, mixed, and put into a spray can by a paint supplier, where you can check the paint chip first. This will ensure an exact match and avoid any color-matching challenges.

To top everything off, you’ll need a 2K clear coat to provide a refinish-quality gloss. If you prefer a matte finish, a matte clear coat is also available.

In addition to these products, you’ll also need some prep supplies, such as sandpapers in grits of 320 for coarser sanding, 600 for final sanding, and 1200 for blending. For bigger repairs and sanding down to the metal, a coarse paper will be necessary.

By using 2K spray cans and the right products, you can achieve a professional-quality paint job on your car using aerosol spray cans.

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3 Comments

  1. Hello, I was very impressed by your video. I am thinking of repainting my front bumper on my 2006 lincoln town car. Gloss black paint code UE. It has some small pitting from rocks and stuff, Can you tell me what materials I would need to do this? And Can I order it? Thanks is advance.

    Mike in Arizona

  2. Hello, I was very impressed by your video. I am thinking of repainting my front bumper on my 2006 lincoln town car. Gloss black paint code UE. It has some small pitting from rocks and stuff, Can you tell me what materials I would need to do this? And Can I order it? Thanks is advance.

    Mike in Arizona

  3. Hi … what degreaser / silicone and wax remover did you use in the video ?
    Thanks !

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