PAINT PROBLEMS – a comprehensive analysis of what affects the paint system after the vehicle leaves the factory. Most things that happen are not good. We teach the students to identify individual paint problems, their severity, and if certain problems can be corrected and/or improved. We will look at pictures of paint problems and ask students to identify what they see. We will look at “real” cars in our lot and identify paint problems and discuss what can or cannot be done.
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Environmental damage. How to identify and correct problems such as chemical etching, industrial fallout, water spotting, tree sap, bird droppings, and UV damage.
Problems brought on by age and lack of proper care.
Paint defects on both factory and after-market finishes. We identify and discuss peeling, cracking, discoloration, orange peel, sags, runs, dirt nibs, overspray, and more. We discuss what can and can’t be done to correct these problems.
Scratches. The different types, how deep they may be, what can or can’t be done to remove them.
Swirl marks. A common problem and mistake made by many detailers. We show how to identify them, and the difference between true swirl marks and spider webbing. We show ways to see them under certain conditions other than direct sunlight, and we not only show how to correctly remove them, but how to prevent them.
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