SPORTS CARS AUTO BODY MASKING PREPARATION

SPORTS CARS AUTO BODY MASKING PREPARATION

SPORTS CARS BODY PANELS MASKING PREPARATORY PROCESS

Back and side panels sectional masking by David, July 2007

Auto body panels masking, in a prepared, and clean with good lighting Pamit-booth, Digital-photo by Golpy, June, 07

* 1995 HONDA-sports auto full auto body masking in the paint-booth, from the passenger-side to the driver-side glass windows & the back-panel, by Daivd, June 22, 2007


After many days of careful repair of all the body 10-panels, for minor dents, and surface damage repairs, and sanding body panel preparation before appling a Coat of poly-primering, the Auto Body Tech Repair-man job is to do a all body panels masking of the areas such as front and back windsheilds, the side doors glasses, & mirrors, the front and back bamper panels, head lights, signals, and back lights, masked by speial Green-papewr , or New-papers, in a detail process before a major Body priming is done in the Paint-booth, and the remasking of the panels after the major priming, Wit-sanding of the all panels for the smoother body panel surface before the final preparation for the whole Auto Body frist stage Base-paint, weather it's a one Base-paint, or 2 to 3 stage base-painst, plus one to two Clearer-coats for the best paint job, to make the Paint-job shine, also to Re-check all the Body panels, for the small rough surfaces on the panels, or the High and Low spots the less visble narrow lines which after the paint job is done, it would makes the Paint-job incompelete to the eye of the observer. On the Each body panel surface which has to be Re-sanded and Spot-painted again right before the Sports-car is ready to be pushed out the Paint-booth. Auto Body Tech writing by Golpy at; Auto Web Magazine.com, 8-2007

Prepartion done by David a student associates, at Abram Freedman Auto Body Repair Center.

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