#1
Can you achieve a factiory finish or something close just with spray cans?
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#3
no, you need sand paper and buffing compound too.... but yeah using paint and clearcoat from spray cans


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#4
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Yes, you can get close in appearance.

Woudl it be hard for a first time?

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no, you need sand paper and buffing compound too.... but yeah using paint and clearcoat from spray cans

Yeah I know that, sorry if i wasnt being clear.
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#6
How would you go about doing it, if you dont mind can you take me through all the steps?

thanks
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#7
It alot to type out, just go to reranch.com/basics.htm and read trhat, it is good guide.
#8
ya, its not as easy as painting and clear coating. You do just that, but then you need to wet sand and do all that kind of stuff, then buff it up to get the appearance of a nicely done up finish. Getting the proper clear coat would help a lot too.
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