1. Surface Preparation
  • Clean area to be repaired and dry completely
  • Clean surface from wax, grease, and other oil based surface contaminates
  • Use solvent and a clean, lint free-towel
  • If there is rust, gently grind the scratch with sandpaper or an abrasive sponge
  1. Primer
  • Apply primer over bare metal or plastic
  • Apply enough primer to cover the area to be primed
  • Wait 30 minutes before sanding wet sandpaper or applying color
  1. Paint Application
  • Shake the can well until the balls moves freely (i.e. it rattles)
  • Paint should be tested on a surface before using on your vehicle
  • Apply as many coats as necessary to cover the area waiting at least 5 minutes between each application
  • Use a dabbing motion to apply the paint to avoid streaks
  1. Clearcoat Application
  • Wait at least 1 hour after the paint application to use the clear coat
  • Apply 2-3 coats of clearcoat
  • Wait 10-20 minutes between each coat
  • Be gentle with the tip to avoid scratching the basecoat
  1. Regrind
  • After approx. 24 hours the surface can be grinded with fine sandpaper or an abrasive paste
  1. Polish
  • Use a soft cloth with a polishing agent

Lacquer Reperation Set contains almost all necessary components - excepting the paint stick in the right color. In just a few application steps punctual and extensive repairs of smaller damages can be made.