You've probably already had the desire to repaint your car and make it more stylish and to your liking. One of the ways to do this is to take the paint off your car and put on one that reflects your taste and personality. In this section, you will learn about the steps to follow to repaint your car on your own.
Wash the Car and Cover the Sensitive Parts
The car should not be just clean to be repainted, but thoroughly polished. You may wash the car by hand or go to a car wash and make sure the hot wax is off.
Select quality duct tapes for ease of disposal afterwards. Coat the glass and the rubber. Once you've taken off the windshield wipers and front/rear lights, cover the cavities as needed. This conserves color. If the top bar is installed and you can't remove it, then be very thorough.
Have the car sanded
In order for the new paint to fit properly over the old paint, it must be sanded. To do this, use sandpaper (400 to 600 grit) and a sanding block. Only sand by hand. On the edges and angles, the coat of lacquer is finer, you can quickly grind it down to the metal plate. This is to be avoided at all times.
Then Paint Your Car
If your goal is only to cover certain damaged areas, you can use a sprayer. The key is to work the entire component. Make sure you work from stitch to stitch, carefully covering the rest. Maintain a distance of about 30 cm.
For a full coat of paint, you need a compressor, a spray pistol and a bucket of mix, in which you mix a diluent and a curing agent. Wear a full body suit and a face mask. Also work from top to base and paint the cloak as required. Before painting your car, wash it, cover the sensitive parts, sand the imperfections and then choose a paint.