DVD

Paint Correction DVD

$21.99

S3003R

Description

DVD: Paint Correction

Getting that show car shine can be a lot easier than you think, if you know what products to use and the process for using them. Bob LaRosa takes you through the process of getting that “Perfect Shine”, through preparation, selecting the right compounds, polishes, glazes, sealants and waxes.

Knowing what products to use is only half the battle, LaRosa shows you how best to use them as well. Seeing is believing and you’ll see first-hand the remarkable transformation made possible with the right tools and supplies, but it doesn’t end there Bob shares his insights on many common paint maintenance mistakes.

Chapter Topics:

  • Prepping the Panel
  • Corrective Compounds & Polishes
  • Intermediate Polish
  • Finishing Polish
  • Glazes
  • Sealants
  • Wax
  • Before and After
  • Paint Maintenance Mistakes
  • Total run time on this DVD is 94 minutes.

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