There’s nothing better looking than a freshly painted vehicle. Unfortunately, after vehicles are purchased and hit the road, their appearance will eventually succumb to the wear and tear of weather, sand, gravel, and other paint-damaging debris. All of these elements can slowly cause a vehicle’s plastic parts to look worn. As a future refinishing prep technician, you can help make these parts look new again by painting them with a fresh coat.
Curious to learn more about painting plastic parts? Here are four tips to get your started.
Tip 1: Before Auto Painting, Isolate the Plastic Parts You’ll Be Working On
It’s important to make sure that other areas of a vehicle aren’t damaged or affected while you are painting plastic parts. There are two ways you can make sure that doesn’t happen after your car painting courses. The first and best option is to completely remove the part