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Experienced painters that aim to cater for your every need from the very beginning.
Sydney CBD NSW 2000
We have been around since 1975! Paint Works by Inline - Your Painting Specialists!
2 Kinwal Crt, Moorabbin East VIC 3189
Also Services: Melbourne
Domestic, Commercial, Architectural and Decorative painting specialists. Call us for a FREE, NO OBLIGATION QUOTE today!! FREECALL: 1800384115
Melbourne CBD VIC 3000
Also Services: Melbourne
With over 25 years of experience in painting and decorating. Our job is guaranteed to customers satisfaction. Honest and reliable advice that you can trust.
*, Gladesville NSW 2111
Also Services: Sydney
All Colours automotive paint & Panel supplies is your one stop shop for all of your professional or DIY automotive painting and anel beating needs.
1/8 Pembury Rd, Minto Heights NSW 2566
Whether you need work safety gear, batteries, paint or paint accessories, a hammer or a small screw - we can help you out. Hardwareone are specialists for regular and unusual fluros and light bulbs.
423 Elizabeth st, Surry Hills NSW 2010
Also Services: Sydney Inner Suburbs
Perth Collision Repair Centre - All Insurance accident repairs specialists. Accident management and quality inspections. Motor vehicle repairers and re-finishers.
Unit 3/1 Baden Street, Osborne Park WA 6017
Also Services: Osborne Park
Anwaar painting and decorating has been in business for over than 20 years and is a second generation painter Specializes
Mobile service
Also Services: Greystanes
Experienced and professional service
19 Duncan St, Arncliffe NSW 2205
Also Services: Sydney CBD
27 Yuilles Rd, Mornington VIC 3931

Automotive Paint

Over the years, car painting techniques and car paint products have changed drastically. However, any average Do-It-Yourself-er may still be able to paint his own car with finesse. Automotive paints are available in spray guns or aerosol cans.

Used primarily to decorate, preserve and protect cars, automotive paints come in four kinds: acrylic lacquer, enamel, urethane and water-based. The lacquer kind is the cheapest among the four types. It provides a nice gloss to cars and is easy for beginners to use. However, this kind of automotive paint is not recommended because it chips easily. It cannot stand against the harmful effects of UV rays and chemicals.

Acrylic enamel automotive paints are tougher than lacquer paints. However, beginners may find the application of this kind of paint a tougher job. This paint does not lay down as easily as the lacquer type and may require more finishing work. This kind of automotive paint can be used in two ways: two-stage system where the enamel color uses a topcoat and the single-stage system where the color can be used alone.

Acrylic urethane automotive paints are more expensive than the enamel type although it has the same toughness of the enamel paint. Unlike the enamel type, though, this kind of paint lay down easily. The use of this paint requires the utilization of three products: color, color reducer and a catalyst which is needed to accelerate drying time. This kind of automotive paint is highly toxic; thus, gloves, coveralls, respirators and a face mask must be used while applying this kind of auto paint.

The water-based automotive paint is the newest kind of auto paint. This is best used when adding graphic or changing the car's color. Water-based automotive paints are non-toxic; thus, they are recommended for use by the DIYers.

Automotive paints are available in different colors. Popular colors include silver, white, green, blue, red and naturals.