When I went to tech school we sprayed several Imron jobs. Just a single application of colored paint. We also did one or two Imron clear over lacquer color coat. The majority of the jobs got Centari with hardener. Dulux was good enough if you were on a budget. Everything got sprayed out of the Binks model 7 and we didn’t think twice about the environmentalists.
Rick 386 wrote:But then again, most shops are constantly fed work by insurance companies looking for cheap prices. They do not have to repair vehicles correctly since they rarely see someone the second time.
Speaking of insurance, I just got rid of an Olds Bravada that the wife hit a deer with. A buckled hood and left fender along with the grill, radiator and all that other good stuff in front of the fan being broken, the cost to fix it was a couple hundred more than to write it off as a loss. It kind of sucks but when the price of a fender is $1,000 I don’t think they really want you to fix stuff anymore.