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How to properly use a transitional solvent for an inexperienced car enthusiast

Transitional painting of a car is performed when, for some reason, it is impossible to paint over a dent, chip or rusty spot so that the painted area does not stand out against the general background of the entire body. Below are the basic prerequisites for using transition paint:

  • Metallic grain mismatch between the repair paint and the original;
  • The paint has burned out on the car, making the freshly painted area look much brighter;
  • An error occurred while choosing the correct shade.

As for the solvent for transitions, there are several types. There is a solvent for varnish and base paint. These solvents must be applied directly to the surface of the body to be treated before painting the vehicle.

In the case of using a solvent for the base, the treatment with this substance precedes the application of paint, and it is very important that the solvent layer does not evaporate from the surface. Grains of base paint dissolve and sink in the drying solvent, creating the desired effect of a blurred border between new and old material. A thinner for enamel or varnishes is used in a similar way: first, a thin layer of solvent is applied, and then immediately the varnish or enamel.

In order to achieve the best possible result, it is very important to know how to use the transition solvent correctly. There is a technique in which the solvent is mixed with a portion of paint or varnish, but in this case, the surface must be treated several times. First, the proportions of 3: 1 should be observed, and then the solvent is added at the rate of 1: 1. This is done for achieve a smooth transition.

Essentially, a spray bottle contains a colored solvent that is too thin for an inexperienced motorist to avoid drips. It is also very difficult to determine the correct amount of solvent in a hurry, so professional craftsmen recommend painting the surface first, and only then using the solvent for the transition.

Transition Solvent Cartridge

Today I want to touch on the topic of coloring with a color transition. I'll explain right away. That this method is used in those moments when it is impossible to paint over the damaged area on the car without highlighting this area. There are several prerequisites for painting with a transition:

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