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Automotive Refinishing 

Once the sand blasting process is completed,the next stage is to  apply etch primer paint which is always recommended to our customers. If you are not sure on what coating to use, contact us to speak with one of our trained staff who can guide you in the right direction.

All vehicles and components we sand blast are painted in an automotive 2 pak paint which all panel shops use.This specialised  automotive paint  will allow  you to continue with your  restoration process after your vehicle leaves our site. 

The first layer of paint for any raw steel is zinc rich etch primer (zinc phosphate). We use this etch primer to seal the vehicle and to stop the metal from oxidizing. This process is applied almost immediately after the vehicle has been blasted, as  the metal will oxidize very quickly, especially in winter when there is a lot of moisture is in the air.

Some blasting companies use  a clear paint that they spray over the bare metal to seal the vehicle once blasted. They claim this is much better than an etch primer as you can see the repairs that need to be done on the vehicle.

This is in fact NOT recommended and we do not apply this chemical as it is NOT an automotive paint product, but a chemical that is used on structural raw steel to avoid flash rust while the steel is being cut /welded.This paint is normally  sand blasted off after the item has been fabricated in preparation for powder coating.

Almost all major paint suppliers will NOT warrant their paint if applied over this chemical as they cannot guarantee adhesion to this product and longevity of their product being applied over it.