Proper Procedure (2)

Posted: September 13, 2014 By: Crimson Tide

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    Crimson Tide


    My second question on my project:

    I want to spruce up the engine bay while the car is apart. There is some rust in some spots, but it’s not real heavy. But it’s heavy enough that Rust Converter or Encapsulator should be used in those spots.

    I can scuff the paint that’s in there with a pad on a drill…but is that a proper way to go about this. I was thinking about doing that, then using some sort of filler if necessary. I want to shoot the engine bay in black…but not gloss black. Semi gloss, satin, etc. But I also want a hard and durable surface. I was thinking something like Chassis Black maybe? Any help with this process would be greatly appreciated.

    Oh…by the way…I don’t have a booth. This will all have to be done with rattle cans unfortunately…unless you can convince me there is a product that is so perfect for the job (that doesn’t come in a rattle can) that it’s worth the price of a gun, dryer, filter, regulator, etc.

    Thanks guys for the help!!

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