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The paint-job was done on October 25, 2015. I have posted some photos to show you what Gerald’s work looks like 2 years and 8 months later. When looking at the pictures, keep in mind that the car is dirty and that the background is reflecting in the paint. Here is the link to three photos taken on June 20, 2018: https://imgur.com/a/kdfQ10z. The video is meant to be a how-to video that shows and explains what is happening by means of questions and answers. Gerald and I planned on doing it this way before making the video. For all those who are annoyed by my questions, please keep in mind that the idea was to ask the kinds of questions that someone might have who has never done this kind of work before. The questions are meant as prompts for Gerald to help someone who is new to this to learn from Gerald’s answers and better understand what he is doing in each of the steps.
Complete guide on how to spray paint panels on you car using only rattle cans giving a excellent finish! The hood is the largest panel on your vehicle and the most difficult to paint but I show you how you can do it yourself! How to Repair Alloy wheel Rims- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ALzC_DDoQXk Facebook- https://www.facebook.com/Mad4Motors Products used: 400 & 600 Grit sandpaper Etch Primer Tack cloth Base coat aerosol Clearcoat 2k https://www.vinnybyrne.com/pro-2k-clear-lacquer-200ml.html Disclaimer: Due to factors beyond the control of Mad4Motors, it cannot guarantee against unauthorized modifications of this information, or improper use of this information. Mad4Motors assumes no liability for any property or personal damage that may arise from doing a repair on your vehicle after watching any of my repair video's. Due to factors beyond the control of Mad4Motors, no information contained in this video shall create any express or implied warranty or guarantee of any particular result. Again Any injury, damage or loss that may result from improper use of tools, equipment, or the information contained in this video is the sole responsibility of the user and not Mad4Motors.
This restoration WAS supposed to be 10mins long but the project is so full of cool steps and details i couldn't leave them out. So i hope you'll sit back relax and enjoy another Really Random Restoration from me :) This weeks restoration is of a late 70's Honda TL125 tank. A proper little vintage gem. As you can see the tank is very battered and bruised it is full of dents filler and rust but nothing we cant sort out on this channel. First step was the unboxing which i tried to make as fun as possible haha. Next up was to start some serious work. Yet again DEOX C came in very handy for removing all of the rust and gunk from inside the tank. Once this was done all tank openings were left sealed to prevent any crap building up inside again. Then it was off to the blasting cabinet to remove all traces of rust and paint. halfway through i had to stop and grind most of the filler out as i didnt want to put too much stress on the compressor and ruin my blast media with lots of unwanted body filler. After blasting it was very clear to see i had waaay underestimated how bad the tank really was. it was rippled and just crazy bent up but after a few hours with PDR rods, the knock down tool and a coffee it was back in reasonable shape and able to be body worked. The next stage was to etch prime the tank so that i could leave it overnight without the fear of any moisture in the air starting to rust the tank. Next day i started to fill the dents and get it straight and true again this took hours to complete and there were so many lines that has to be addressed. Its actually one of the worst tanks ive had to deal with. But after this stage the tank was completely straight so straight id have been happy to paint it gloss black just to prove it ;). but anyway.... Onto the high build primer and wet flatting stages now to remove any last pits from the surface and we are all good for the first layer of paint. After the initial layer of paint its back to the bench for some serious time measuring and marking out the placement of logos and paint lines.( Ive sped this section up considerably for you guys as. ) After marking out and masking up it was back into the booth for the painting of the red and black sections. Once dry all the masking was peeled off and the Honda badges were offered up to there precise position on the tank. Then multiple coats of clear were applied to finish the job. once The paint has aged for around a week and been fitted back onto the bike i will be flatting the clear down and buffing back to a glass like finish. I know this video is a bit on the lengthy side but i tried to cut it down as much as possible without losing any important stages or processes. If you like what you see and have any ideas for the channel or would even like to donate something to restore to the channel please get in touch. :) And as usual if you liked the video please like share and subscribe and help the channel grow. Really Random Channel
How to paint your car at home. Step-by-step guide to fully paint your vehicle. This video does not constitute or replace a real specialized technical manual, and was only made for convenience and educational purposes. "TutoBuild Eng" makes no warranties of any kind and accepts no liability. "TutoBuild Eng" cannot be responsible for any damage caused to devices or persons using information contained in this video. Use of the information contained in this video is at your own risk.
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How to paint a car at home! Learn every step from bare metal to color sanding and buffing. We teach you how to block sand, how to apply body filler, how to sand body filler, how to spray primer, how to spray high build primer, how to sand primer, how to spray basecoat with an HVLP paint gun, how to spray clear and how to color sand and buff to get a perfect finish. We even show you all the tools you need to paint a car.
How to paint a car yourself.