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How to Repair Peeling Clear Coat the right way and for the Novice.

Hello Everyone, SWEET PROJECT CARS here with cool, trick and affordable ways to do things for the DIYER’S OF THE UNIVERSE!

Here we share with you, THE do it yourselfer (DIY) how to fix your peeling clear coat fast and affordable 🙂

TOOLS:

Foam Blocks

Tape

Green Masking Paper

Dupli-Color

Grey Primer

Plastic Sheeting

Spray Bottles

2000 Grit

600 Grit

400 Grit

Rubbing Alcohol

Paint Prep

Tack Cloth

Scotch Brite Grey

Paint Screen

DeVilbiss Spray Tool
or
TCP Spray Tool

Mask

Spray Tool Holder

Mix Cup Kit

Dish Soap

Air Compressor

Air Hose

Air Hose Reel

Air Line Filter

Base & Clear Coat

Venom Gloves

Blue Shop Towels

VIDEO: Just Buffing Peeling Clear Coat

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  1. DEL - DEREK

    If I buy a few hundred miles of air line , could I borrow your gun for a couple of days , now I've watched how to do it .
    Could I ask another favor please , its pretty chilly where I am at the moment , and your 70° sounds
    real nice , so if you have any of that heat to spare once you've finished spraying , would you be so kind as to put some in a box and send it to me
    in the post .
    Well theres no point in wasting it is there ?

  2. Randal Morris

    Well done video! Love all your helpful tricks!

  3. soul less

    THANK YOU ALWAY'S GOOD VID'S. FOR THE HAPPY NEW YEAR FOR ALL. 😆

  4. Stranger Danger

    Thank you for another great video. Hope you Have a Happy New Year.

  5. 000gjb

    Great video as usual, brings back memories of my own disasters and learning curve. Suggest a brief mention about the type of paint on the car and what type of paint for recoating the panel, what not to use. I have never found pressure pack paints to have enough coverage and are too thin. Not to be discouraging in any way just realistic in what the finish can look like. Happy new year to everyone.

  6. Jason G

    Excellent video. Thanks for all your efforts. You've got a channel which is truly viewer worthy.

  7. 2manysecrets

    So much work to make something look pretty. Makes one truly respect artisans and their work.

  8. jimbola77

    Excellent partner I need to perform this wonderful procedure for a friend of mine same paint peeling problem.

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