Respraying a car wing mirror

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Have you ever scratched your side mirror driving down a narrow street or come back to a parked car to find that somebody else has chipped the paint for you. This is a simple how to movie showing you how easy it is to re-paint a damaged mirror or colour match a replacement for a broken one. this step by step tutorial will show you how to get professional results at a fraction of the cost of going to a repair shop. if you have any questions drop us a mail and we will be happy to help if we can.

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Jakey Baboon says:

Plastic primer is only required when painting bare plastic.

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AppleTreeRobin says:

Thank you for this really clear and simple tutorial.The supply list at the end was especially helpful.

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ahweaver17 says:

Thius is the first time i've done this and I've had a run on the arc of the mirror: do you have any advice as to whar to do please?

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gmdhargreaves says:

Building up thin layers of 1k clear coat is a very bad idea, you have to use 2k to get anywhere near a decent DIY finish and anything that had been aerosol sprayed will need cut polishing- a clear coat will not give it shine or gloss it only protects.

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Ribbitmefoot says:

Excellent tutorial Vinny, thanks for this.

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