Pro Painter SPRAY PAINTS a Car!! || Rustoleum TURBO Paint Job || Arctic Camo for $150?!Jun 05, 2021
alien welcome back to barely built very excited for todays video yes you read the title right i will show you how i
painted my truck. I will stop. I'm going to use cans of rust-oleum
paint. These are about twice as tall as a regular spray paint can. They have added pressure and a tip that can spray a 10-inch fan similar to a paint. pistol which is what I'm going to use as a base and I'm going to go a step further as well so make sure you stick around to the end give them a satisfaction they couldn't get any other way.
For starters, it's not in great condition. It had definitely seen better days. There's a previous fix that's pretty bad here. There is also rust in several places so I wanted to give this truck a relatively simple paint job but still look better than it did. It wasn't exactly tall. After removing all the accessories, the next step was to start sanding. The number one rule of painting is that paint doesn't stick to gloss, so I need to sand every painted surface on my truck. I start with 400 grit sandpaper and start going to town. all the panels making sure they are scratched evenly at the same time my friend anthony was helping to remove the hairline scratches and other minor bits and glue that was on the body i also sprayed some sandable primer over a few spots on the hood to clean that up and smooth out some blemishes from a previous repair apply some degreaser and we are ready to move this pup into the paint booth once inside the paint booth it was time to start taping now taping is one of the hardest parts Important Points of a Clean Paint Job Prep leads to clean paint, so be careful with your tape and make sure you have nice, solid edges.
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I get stuck and then use plastic sheeting to bag up everything I couldn't cover with it wow uh after everything was taped up it was time to move on to the fun part, painting the baby so you can see the rust. The oleum
turbocans do an amazing job of getting that broad, even coverage very similar to a spray gun. A couple of minor difficulties I ran into when I was shooting the hood. I couldn't lay the can flat to get a straight down pattern which which led to me having a heavy edge on the side closest to me i fixed it by moving to the front of the hood and making passes in the opposite direction and trying to keep the angle as flat as possible just the white looked really cool and it came out with a spectacular finish as far as spray paint goes i wanted to go a step further i wanted to do an
camopattern on the truck using free hand blocks of gray black and lime green so i started gluing all the blocks for my first coat which was going to be gray after I taped all the blocks together I bagged the truck again and then cut the blocks out of that bag with a razor blade and lu I went back and taped those holes up so only the blocks were exposed and ready to paint after I sprayed the gray blocks I found the white paint underneath wasn't curing as fast as the gray paint on top and in fact , if you look at the cans for the turbo they mention that it has a longer cure time compared to most spray
paintsI had inadvertently sprayed too early with the gray resulting in wrinkles where the paint on top it dries faster and shrinks as the paint underneath tries to dry through it this also led to getting tape lines from my tape i had laid out for the blocks at this point i decided to remove everything and drive it home at night to let the white finish take off and be able to continue with the other colored blocks once back home, it was just a matter of rinsing and repeating with the block. building a bag cutting process is so tedious it takes a long time and a lot of weird tape and after the final tape was pulled out it was time to reveal baby and this is how i painted my truck using rust spray paint- oleum turbo, if desired. this video be sure to give it a thumbs up and subscribe share it with your friends to show them what they could do with your car if they wanted to go the same route now you may have noticed I have a few small blemishes on the truck and it's not completely finished I have a couple from overspray spots I still have some tape lines from where I couldn't cover it up with other colors and I'm also missing a few pieces I'm going to do a video in the future going over this possibly wet sand it and buff it or maybe wipe it down to see what I can do to remedy that orange peel in general and make it look even better than it already is now thanks for watching I'll see you in the next video
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