If you’ve ever been in a fender bender or had your car doors dinged, you know how annoying those paint scratches are. Now you can skip the costly paint job.
Autobody shops and consumers use the vFan Portable Airbrush System to fix those small paint chips and scratches. It’s simple and affordable. This airbrush system doesn’t need a compressor, but it does work well with standard compressors. (1/16th” detail to 3″ fan pattern)
In this video, an autobody man at Oscar’s Body Shop demonstrates a small paint repair job. The steps are as follows …
Add a mixture of end coat, paint and reduction to the vFan System jar. Feather out the scratches with sandpaper, putty the area, and sand again. Finish sanding with a 600-grit sandpaper. Use the 150 Feet of ENERGY spray canister to remove dust and debris from the area before spraying, first with a base coat, and then with clear coat.