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Auto Body Blog: New Research, Stunning Facts and Industry News

Hi, my name is Ken. I am an avid golfer, a reading lover and an auto body and paint DIY amateur. During the week, I work as a financial consultant, and I love my job. However, I get tired of advising people about maintaining their fortunes, and in the evening, I like to do things that feel more mechanical and even artistic in a way. That's why I decided to write this blog. Here, I am going to post all about auto body news and information. I like to keep up to date on what's new as well as exploring tried-and-true facts about the industry. If you need a repair or are thinking about doing one yourself, I hope these posts help you. Enjoy.

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Why It's Not A Good Idea To Spray Paint Your Car In Your Garage

Spray painting your car can be a fun and cost-effective way to revamp its appearance. However, before you break out the spray cans and head to your garage, there are some crucial things you need to know.


The first and most essential factor you need to consider before taking on this DIY project is ventilation. Spray painting your car will release fumes that can be hazardous to your health. These fumes can lead to respiratory problems and even cause damage to your central nervous system. Therefore, it's crucial to choose a well-ventilated area where fumes can easily escape. Fumes can quickly accumulate in your garage, which puts your family's health at risk. In toxic amounts, the fumes can even be lethal. A well-ventilated space will ensure the fumes don't build up while you are painting your car, keeping you and your loved ones safe.


When it comes to spray painting, you need the right tools for the job. Car painting requires specialised equipment that may not be readily available in a home garage. This equipment includes items such as a spray gun, masking tape, an air compressor and more. Also, it would help if you had the right paint for the car. Spraying your car with the wrong type of paint can lead to a poor finish and ruin the look of your car. Therefore, it's crucial to invest in the right equipment and the appropriate paint that's intended for use with your car.


Before painting your vehicle, you need to clean, sand and prime it adequately. Spraying over dirt, rust or a previous coat of paint will only yield sub-par results that you'll likely want to change back in the near future. This preparation process can take a considerable amount of time and effort, and it's essential to ensure that it is done accurately.


Spraying your car in your garage is also not recommended due to the quality of the results. There is more to car spray painting than merely wielding a spray gun and hoping for the best. Car spray painting requires precision to achieve a smooth, even finish that lasts. Getting the desired finish can take years of experience. Even with the right equipment, you may find it challenging to achieve the perfect results you would get from professional painting.

Reach out to a professional in your area to learn more about spray painting