Car Spray Painting | How To Spray Paint Car

5 Steps To Use Spray Guns To Paint Your Car
- Amazing Techniques That Work!

Spraying your car with a spray can be quite stressful even though you are a professional; the solution is to learn how to spray with a car paint spray gun which is an alternative to the can that was formally used.

Do you think the Spray Gun is difficult to use? No it is not! All you need is to master the techniques and you will love the fantastic result it will give you at the end of the day.

Personally, I think the hard part of using a car paint spray gun is setting it up. Even this can become a second nature to you when you keep practicing what you will learn as you read along.

Step One.
Check your air and fluid flow aperture on your spray gun for proper delivery. Adjust the gun to spray horizontally when you open the air knob totally. Then adjust the fluid knob so that you can be able to depress the trigger at 1/4 inch with each pull. Practice spraying on a piece of cardboard to determine an even flow of the fluid, adjust accordingly.

Step Two.
A few light sprays in a circular motion is better than a one time heavy spray. You should aim for a thin coated finish which you will practice on any smooth piece around before spraying your car. When the car paint spray gun is not used properly, after the paint dries, you will discover a texture of an oil peel. This you must avoid by spraying evenly. Spray lightly in a repeated pattern.

Step Three.
It all depends on the surface you are using the spray gun, if it is narrow, adjust your fan pattern for a narrower spray. Do same thing to a wide surface like the rear section of the car.

Step Four.
The Car paint spray gun should be held about 7 inches away from the surface you want to paint. Keep spraying perpendicularly in an even movement about 3 inches away from the center of the surface. Make sure to release the trigger at the end of each stroke. Repeat the technique to achieve a professional result.

Step Five.
Spray the areas that are not obvious first. This will help you to avoid leaving them after you have sprayed the more conspicuous areas. Allow the first coat to dry before you add another and do not touch the spray paint with your fingerprints. When using a car paint spray gun, flick your wrist when you want to begin, so that, there will not be any demarcation whatsoever on your spraying.

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