D.I.Y SOLVENT CAR TOUCH UP METALLIC PAINT SCRATCH & CHIP REPAIR
1) Remove & clean heavy impact residue/Paint Transfer from painted surfaces.
2) Restore metal primer to get better paint levels in the finish & promote adhesion between the steel panels or parts & paint layers.
3) Restore plastic primer to panels & parts to promote adhesion between the plastic & the paint ensuring permanent repairs.
4) Restore color that has been removed using original factory O.E.M exact match paint.
5) Restore, shine & seal paint color using factory gloss clear to get long lasting permanent repairs.
Car Paint Maintenance Solvent Repair Kit Content
*Solvent 100 ml
*Clear gloss 15 ml
*Color Paint 15 ml
*Plastic Primer 15 ml
*Metal Primer 15 ml
*Clean Up 15 ml
How To Use The Total Paint Maintenance Solvent 6 Bottle Repair Kit
TWO STAGE TOTAL CAR CARE TOUCH UP PAINT MAINTENANCE SOLVENT REPAIR SYSTEM FOR ACCURATE & EXCELLENT RESULTS
Product Repair Information: Perform the following steps below in order. There are two main types of scratches that occur in metallic paint. The first type of scratches are light brushed scratches. These types of scratches are light and whitish looking and only need a solvent cleaning solution, fine cutting compound and clear to camouflage. The other type of scratches that are deep & discolored where the either rusting metal or bare plastic surface is visible so they will require anti rust, primers, colors and clears to achieve quality touch up repairs. These types of scratches do not need the clear application like in the first stage of your repair until all other paint layers are applied first. For stone chips use the same layering application as for scratches.
Stage 1. Your car is painted in layers from the factory so when your paint is scratched there are different levels of damage that occur in a single impact. Stage 1) light scratches where only the clear is damaged and needs the first 3 steps of this metallic repair manual to to either completely remove the scratch or camouflage it so it is barely noticeable.
Stage 2. Where rusting steel is apparent and primers, color & clear layers have been completely removed leaving bare metal & bare plastic exposed the appropriate metal treatment & paint layers need to be applied in the same way the factory formula was sprayed to achieve excellent touch up repairs. So basically fix the light scratches first by applying stage 1 and then using stage 1 & 2 together to repair, remove & camouflage heavier paint chips, scratches & blemishes.
STAGE 1. SOLVENT PAINT SCRATCH & REPAIR
How To Use The Products:
Definition: Solvent is a product solution that does a number of tasks when used within our car touch up paints scratch removal kits. Remove impact residue or commonly known as paint transfer (whatever hit your car left its mark or smear behind). Clean up will only remove nitrocellulose or rubber residue along with road grime and other various types of industrial fall out. If the residue is enamel and can not be removed then blemish remover will be required. Clean-up / solvent is a high grade paint thinner that is used to thin your factory exact match factory paint products & also is used for cleaning brushes, spills & other as already mentioned.
Procedure: Always check in an inconspicuous area first to make sure the part being repaired is not refinished in nitrocellulose paints. Apply a generous amount of clean-up to the work cloth that is included free in the paint kit. Hold the moistened work cloth against the repair area for a short seconds where impact residue is visible. Proceed to massage the whole damaged area cleaning impact reside and other industrial fall out and blemishes. If the clean-up does not remove the impact marks use blemish remover.
Solvent Tips & Tricks: Solvent is the first step in any touch up paint scratch or paint chip repair as it removes most residue transfer and prepares the repair area for next step in repairing scratches & stone chips.
2) CLEAR GLOSS
Definition: Brush Touch Clear is used over metallic paints on cars when manufactured. The shine that is seen a metallic painted car is in fact not the color it is a clear gloss. This clear gloss is used to ideally protect the metallic paint color as well as give the paint an appealing good look. Unfortunately when a scratch happens in metallic paint the clear is the first scratched paint layer, so the clear must be repaired first.
Procedure: Shake clear contents well before use. Remove cap and squeegee brush. Accurately apply 1 coat to light scratches not putting any brush touch clear on good paint.
Clear Gloss Tips & Tricks: Brush Touch Clear gloss can be applied to metallic painted surfaces where the clear has started to peel off in spots. By sealing the peeling paint with brush touch clear you will possibly be able to slow/stop the peeling effect. As soon as a sign of peeling clear appears seal it with the Brush Touch clear to stop the peeling form travelling.
STAGE 2. SOLVENT PAINT SCRATCH & REPAIR
Where the paint has been completely removed use stage 1 and stage 2 together.
3) METAL PRIMER
Definition: Brush Touch Metal Primer is used to give better paint levels when touching up paint scratches & Chips, also protect and promote adhesion of top coat paint color layers on bare metal on vehicles where a foreign object on impact has removed factory paints.
Procedure: Shake primer contents well until the agitator can be heard bouncing around, remove cap and squeegee brush. Apply the metal primer on only the damaged area where Bare Metal is Showing. Do Not apply metal primer to any other part of the scratch including the light whitish looking scratches. Apply one to two coats directly into the paint chip or Clean cut scratch. Allow 3 minutes drying time in good weather.
Metal Primer Tips & Tricks: Pool the primer to bare metal chips and larger scratches without getting it on the good paint. Apply the primer only where it is missing and bare metal can be seen. Do not use metal primer on plastic parts unless the plastic primer adhesion promoter has been applied first.
4) PLASTIC PRIMER
Definition: Brush Touch Plastic Primer is used to promote adhesion between the plastic surface & applied top coat paints where the paints have been completely scratched by impact of foreign object. Failing to apply the plastic primer before painting will lead to a failed long term touch-up repair.
Procedure: Shake plastic contents well, remove cap and squeegee brush. Apply plastic primer only on the damaged area where bare plastic is showing. Apply one coat only. Allow 3 minutes drying time in good weather between top coat paints.
Plastic Primer Tips & Tricks: Do not use plastic primer on metal surfaces. Always use in a well ventilated area and wear eye protection & gloves.
5) PAINT COLOR
Definition: Brush Touch Metallic Paint color is used to cover deep discolored scratches, chips & paint defects caused by impact of an object where color coats are completely removed and/or left paint transfer that is impervious to solvent & is to thick to remove using cream cutting agents.
Procedure: Shake color contents well. Remove cap and squeegee brush. Check the color is correct. Apply color only to the fully discolored areas of damaged paint where the paint layers including the color coat has been completely removed. Allow 3 minutes drying time in between coats in good weather. If you have impact residue that did not come off in earlier steps, apply one or two coats of color directly on only the discolored area.
Paint Color Tips & Tricks: Always know your paint layers and make sure your not touching up clear scratches with color or the scratch will look just as bad as the original scratch. Test what layer the scratch is in when using the solvent or cleaning solution. As the solvent is applied it will give the area a wet look. While it is wet if the scratch disappears that usually means that your paint scratch is confined to the top coat layer of the paint and Clear Gloss should be used.
6) CLEAR GLOSS
Definition: Brush Touch Clear gloss is used to shine, seal & protect metallic paint color.
Procedure: Shake clear contents well before use. Remove cap and squeegee brush. Apply 1 to 2 coats of clear gloss over the applied paint color performed in the previous step. Do not apply clear to good paint.
Definition: Clean-up is a paint solvent that can be used for a number of tasks when used in our paint products. remover impact residues & marks from car paint, thin paints, clean spillages & clean brushes.
Clean-up Tips & Tricks: Always wear protective clothing, gloves & eye wear and use this product in a well ventilated area and test this product in an inconspicuous area first to be sure the area to be repaired is not affected by the solvent. (2k acrylic urethane enamel is impervious to this product) in other words this product will not effect your car body’s original paint with all current makes & models. Do not use this product on unpainted plastic parts or interiors of your vehicles.