Properly cleaning and storing any tool in your shop ensures it will perform properly when called upon. Your respirators are no exception. We’ll look at methods of respirator cleaning and storing them that will keep them functioning like new.
George Vondriska and Brent Ackley begin the process of repairing a door panel for a 1956 Chevrolet 150. They teach about all of the steps that you’ll need to complete to repair a classic car body, including stripping the original paint, priming the surface with epoxy, sanding for uniformity, and repainting with several coats.Watch Now >>
When visiting any salvage yard, success is not guaranteed, although Mark Simpson shares a few of his tips to improve the odds, during a trip to Rohners Auto Parts in Willmar MN. Knowing what to look for and where to look can yield hidden treasures even in plain sight.Watch Now >>
Often overlooked during many restorations, the process to rebuild and recoat hood hinges is fairly straightforward. Mark Simpson demonstrates the how to safely remove hood hinge springs, tighten worn hinges and phosphate coat them in the same manner they were with many cars from the factory.Watch Now >>
Craig Hopkins teaches you how to mount front sheet metals on a car to get rid of a rusty mess. He briefs you on the new car parts you will need such as a hood, fenders, and hinges. You do not need new hardware, but Craig suggests you buy it to save yourself future trouble.Watch Now >>