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08-05-2012 03:06 PM
Vincentnova im going to get a line
how im doing after? sand a little the line ? before paint the exterior
08-05-2012 02:55 PM
Lizer
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Originally Posted by Vincentnova View Post
thanks
pete...im fan
used to watch his video

but my concern its about the overspray

im doing the jam first , seal and paint
there will be overspray on the exterior

how i proced after , just scuff the overspray , seal over and paint ?
Mask the exterior around the jamb as well to avoid overspray on the exterior panels.
08-05-2012 01:28 PM
Vincentnova thanks
pete...im fan
used to watch his video

but my concern its about the overspray

im doing the jam first , seal and paint
there will be overspray on the exterior

how i proced after , just scuff the overspray , seal over and paint ?
08-05-2012 12:11 PM
mitmaks My friend Pete shows you how....
08-05-2012 11:42 AM
Vincentnova can someone can explain me a little better ? how to get a smooth transition between the jam and the rest of the car if you spray bc/cc at first on the jams
thanks
08-03-2012 02:02 PM
Vincentnova i dont quiet understand your way
can you tell me with more detail
im a newbie sorry
thanks
08-03-2012 01:05 PM
skip99 if the doors and trunk are left on, just spray primer with the door open , shut it, and do the car, then sand it all (even the jambs to paint) then spray the car with doors shut, after the cars dries, come back , open doors and trunk, back mask the edges, then mask off around openings, and spray the jambs, it gives a better finish for me, because even if I spray the jambs first and use aperature tape, I still get overspray and dry areas in the jambs. and I end up redoing them anyway,,,,,
08-03-2012 12:08 PM
swvalcon I've done it both ways. If your using a 2k sealer I would done the jams frist. If your uasing epoxy as your sealer I would seal do jams then mask them off and suff epoxy with a red scuff pad, tack and paint.
08-03-2012 11:15 AM
Vincentnova
car paint job ,door jam process

hello
i ve seen many time some cars were ready for paint but the door jam , inside truck lid , inside hood , jam betwen fender and door ... all thoses area were paint first

i like the idee , you dont need to deal with open the door for the jam and to have the fender on car for paint , get everything adjust before paint

my wondering is about how to proced
its better to seal the entire car before doing the jam?
or just seal the jam ? and after when im going for the entire car , scuff the overspray and seal the car

im going with a bc/cc paint

thanks a lot

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