Paint Finishing Video

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Paint Finishing Video 
This narration will be for a training video to show how to use our products and also provide some tips and tricks on how to make the process go smoother. Our target audience for the final project will be automotive technicians, specifically detail technicians and refinish technicians.

2011-06-09 16:27:53 GMT
2011-06-13 14:00:00 (GMT -05:00) Eastern Time (US & Canada) 
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The Voice Actor should be located in:
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English - USA and Canada
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Young Adult Male OR Middle Age Male
• Audio files must be delivered via email
There are no special pre-, post-, or production requirements for this project.
The Voice Actor should have at least 3 years of experience in the voice industry.
This is a non-union project

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To begin the process identify the severity of the imperfection to the finish and choose the sandpaper grit and defect removal process accordingly. The outcome of this step is that the repaired panel should be sanded to match the texture of the overall factory finish. Keep in mind that blemishes, like dirt, runs, or other irregular texture need to be removed as well.

If the panels are smooth and without any texture then sand flat. Generally speaking for color sanding the most common sanding grit is 1500, so for this procedure we’ll use 1500 grit

To make the sanding easier use water with a small amount of soap. This helps to lubricate the surface while sanding.

After reaching desired texture, or lack thereof, remove all the sanding sludge to prepare for the compounding. This eliminates any residual abrasive from the sanding process possibly being picked up during the compounding process and creating swirls.

Once all of the sanding sludge is removed wipe the panel dry.

Before applying Triple Cut Compound shake the bottle to evenly distribute the abrasive in case of settling.

Apply a small amount of material to the surface. If the pad is new additional material may be needed to help prime the pad.

Lightly spraying the pad with some water before buffing will keep the compound from absorbing into the pad so quickly and help to minimize loading.

For this step a wool or compounding foam pad may be used.

Buff at 1400 – 1800 rpms with medium pressure and work in a 2 x 2 area. Overlap each pass about 50% to make sure all sand scratches are effectively removed.

Continue buffing the panel and in 2 x 2 areas until the entire area has been buffed.

If the pad begins to load up with material use a small amount of Triple Mist or water to wet surface and reactivate the abrasive. This will extend the work time.

After removing all the sand scratches and achieving the desired finish wipe down the surface with a clean dry microfiber towel to remove any residue or dust.

After buffing the entire panel change to a foam polishing pad.

Shake Triple Glaze before use to allow even mixing.

For this step use a medium foam polishing pad.

Apply a small amount to the surface. Work the material with the polishing pad at 1400 – 1800 rpms. Use medium pressure for the initial cut and light pressure to enhance the polish characteristics of Triple Glaze.

To help eliminate swirl marks lower the buffer speed 200 RPMs from the compound setting.

After achieving the desired finish wipe down the surface with a clean dry microfiber towel to remove any residue or dust.

For a black car, or dark colored vehicles proceed to step 3 and use Triple Gloss Swirl Eliminator.

Begin by shaking the Triple Gloss. Apply a small amount to the surface.

For this step use an ultra fine foam polishing pad.

Again, work a small 2x2 area to remove any remaining micro-scratches or swirl marks. Use medium to light pressure.

To help eliminate swirl marks lower the buffer speed another 200 RPMs. You do not need high speed for Triple Gloss to work effectively

Triple Gloss leaves a high-gloss finish and provides outstanding paint protection while still being safe for use in a body shop.

Once the surface is swirl free back off on the pressure and allow the material to polish to a high luster and watch the depth of image improve.

Triple Gloss can also be used as a premium hand glaze.

For quick pre-delivery clean-up, Triple Mist removes dust, smudges, finger prints, or buffing residue.

To use Triple Mist, shake lightly, spray onto a cool dry surface, and hand buff with a clean microfiber towel to a deep gloss.

Triple Mist can also be used as a lubricant for detailing clay

As you can see the finish with the Premium Paint Finishing system is impressive.

The ease of use, ease of clean up, depth of shine, and flexibility outperform the competition.

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