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Basic Refinishing Assumptions Guide 2019

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PPG Industries Automotive Refinish group makes these assumptions based on accepted industry practices, our knowledge, past experience and feedback from our employees and customers. These assumptions are intended to be used by collision repairers for reference and support documentation to promote a better understanding of the refinishing process to their customers. For complete information, please refer to the appropriate PPG or NEXA AUTOCOLOR® technical data sheets. Surface Preparation - Metal Parts Removal Guidelines 1-1 Surface Preparation - Plastic Plastic Refinishing 2-1 Facts on Bumper Color 2-2 Masking Vehicle Masking Process (PD-0300) 3-1 Spray Equipment (no items for this category) Primer and Primer Surfacer Application Primer Surfacer (PD-0520) 5-1 Pinchweld Priming Process with Epoxy - Air Dry (PD-0570AD) 5-2 Pinchweld Priming Process with Epoxy - Force Dry (PD-0570FD) 5-3 Pre-Paint Preparation Parts Edging - Internal Repair/Engine Bay 6-1 Sprayout Cards (PD-0632) 6-2 Tri-Coat Let-Down Panels (PD-0660) 6-3 Paint Application Procedures Primer Sealer (PD-0701) 7-1 Single Stage 7-2 Basecoat Color 7-3 Clearcoat 7-4 Finished Paint Procedures Paint Defect Removal (PD-0800) 8-1

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