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How to paint the different parts of a car ?

For each part of a vehicle, car paints are applied using a particular technique. There are also different types of paints specially dedicated to certain parts of the vehicle, for example paints that can withstand higher temperatures or more abrasion and friction. The various interior and exterior parts of a car are often of a different nature than the sheet metal of a body. For each type of part, we have selected the right products to properly prime and coat each family of materials. As experts in professional coatings, we produce chemical formulas to create 2K epoxy paints for frames and rims, rubber-like finishes for the dashboard, or even flexible finishes for bumpers. For us, it is very important to offer all solutions, but also several simplified or specific versions to fit all needs.

The characteristics of the car paints for each components car

A paint is defined by its appearance but also by its function: for each application and for each purpose, it must be adapted. For example, a frame paint is expected to protect against rust and oxidation but also to stick properly to steel or aluminum. While a coating for the bottom of the car will be thick and ultra hard, a clearcoat for the dashboard will be thin and soft. Check out our website for the complete kit corresponding to each car element, in spray paint or in 250 to 1000 ml format for those who have a HVLP gun, for each specialty of finishing for rims, mirrors or other car elements. Read our tips and explanations for each step. Our presentation pages detail how to succeed in each phase of the painting of car parts, from degreasing to finishing.

Paint for car brake caliper

There are two main properties that car brake caliper paint must have. Firstly, it must be able to withstand rapid and high temperature rises, but also road conditions without deteriorating. It must therefore be very strong, but also adhere to the metal parts that make up the exterior of the car brake calipers without risk of detachment.

Car dashboard paint

It is possible to give a new look, with a clearcoat on the raw plastic or to completely redo the car dashboard painting with for example an effect reproducing the touch, which can be soft, wrinkled or soft, according to the original surface, or then the semi-glossy aspect, mat or velvet effect. This work is done with products that adhere to the plastics of the car dashboard, after a special preparatory work.

Paint of the lower part of the car body

For those who want to apply a car underbody paint to simply protect temporarily or permanently, or for those who want to install an ultra solid, shockproof and load resistant liner for pickup trucks or 4x4s, then we have several unique solutions and means to offer you. Check out our offers, with packaging, application methods and prices by following the link above.

Car bumper paint

Applied on old painted surfaces, or more rarely on exposed plastics, car bumper paint is pretty much the same as the one applied on sheet metal. Apart from the addition of additives, there are skills, techniques and tricks to master in order to avoid any unpleasant surprises: indeed, bumpers are hard surfaces to adhere to, flexible and subject to all the extreme conditions found on the roads.

Car side mirror paint

We mix for our users manufacturer's colors in mini-formats, that is to say the minimum required to be able to prepare a car side mirror paint according to its exact color code. Learn, thanks to our technical data sheets, how to do a quality job yourself, without using the services of a body shop. Our offers include all possible forms of professional 1K and 2K paints in cans or spray.

Car cylinder block paint

Whether you are painting the engine covers or even some of the exterior metal parts of the engine, you must follow a few simple steps to degrease and clean the engine and choose a car cylinder block paint. The latter must have strong adhesion and robustness to endure the temperature conditions without cracking, blackening or peeling off.

Frame : paints and primers

Why is it necessary to coat the metal structure of a vehicle with a protective coat ? Simply because metals are sensitive, they degrade and age over time and with the elements. Frame coatings (paints and primers) form a shell and immunize the metal against oxidation from time, water and air. They chemically bond with the iron particles. Other types of car paint Special effects car paint Car color code


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