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How To Paint Cars With Spray Cans
- Amazing Techniques That Work!

Painting car with spray cans is really not hard but not recommended. I have personally painted with spray cans but I found a better way of doing it with a spray gun. All the same, it could be fun painting with a can and I will explain how.

The truth is that painting a car with spray cans is a decision that must be made from the onset. It takes hard work, elbow knocking and sometimes frustrating.

This should not scare you; I am just out to give an honest review so that when you begin, you will definitely handle any gift it presents you. To paint a car with spray cans, you have to do away with your car paint spray cans take some days to get your job done.

Begin by preparing your car for spray painting just the same way you would with a spray gun. Remove the dusts, the dents, dirt and every unwanted particle on the body of the car where you want to paint. Use a 300 grit sand paper to work on the rusty areas; repair scratches apply your primer paint for an even smooth surface.

Car paint spray cans would also need to work with a variety of basic tools such as:

Cold chisels, Rotary buffer, Sanding blocks, Step ladder, Hammers, Screw drivers, Vibrating or oscillating sander, Pop-rivet gun, Putty knives, Body filler squeegees, Tin snips and others which may be deemed relevant.

By reading the manufacturers' coverage data, you should be able to know how many spray cans needed for your painting which includes: finish color and primer.

You need to prepare the car before you spray paint with spray cans. Pack the vehicle on an open place where it can receive proper ventilation.

Apply primer paint after you have sand papered and wiped with a micro fiber cloth to remove the entire dusty particles. Repair the scratch areas by apply Red Lead (Body Putty) which is very fast in drying and helps in patching any damaged section of the car.

You can apply another primer for even smoother surface before using the spray paint from the can. After that, wet sand using 800 grit sand paper which will definitely help in your can spray painting.

Now, spray your paints from your cans evenly. This can be achieved when you are not distracted. Spray smoothly moving in a circular direction and your result will be great. This is a simple way to paint car with spray cans for beginners.

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