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Im About To Spray My Friends Car A Different Color Than Original. Should I Do Door Jams First Or 2nd. Thanx

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Door jams first, you dont want to get ugly overspray on your nice shiny body now do you? Good
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i sure wouldnt thanx
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Im About To Spray My Friends Car A Different Color Than Original. Should I Do Door Jams First Or 2nd. Thanx
No matter how you do it, there is allot of work involved.... I hope you understand that first off..Color changes are a pain in the a__. If you paint the jams first, you will have to wait a few days, tape them up and then shoot the exterior. If you shoot them last you will have to tape the car.

You could shoot it all at one time, but you need experience at painting to make it all flow together and time is an issue.

I paint my jams first and seperate, however if it were a show car ( which i assume it is not ) then they would need to be shot with the car for no lines.

Just my 2 cents

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