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“It can also be painted using paint thinner, paint stripper, a paint stripper primer, or one of the paint stripper formulations. These are not all the chemicals used, but the formula and materials are all different than those most paint stores offer you,” reads the product description.
But when it’s time to paint the inside of your car, it’s time for all of those variables you learned in your paint course to be taken into account.
It can also be painted using paint thinner, paint stripper, a paint stripper primer, or one of the paint stripper formulations. See the product description.
Spray paint might be fine to paint outside, but if you decide you really want to paint your car inside, then, you’ll be needing paint stripper, paint thinner, and a primer coat.
Can I use spray paint instead of spray finish?
Spray paint is fine for paint jobs, but many companies are starting to use paint stripper on the outside of the car. For example, one of our favorites is the car wash/finishing product called Sticky Liquid.
This liquid was created by a husband/wife team who was working as engineers/consultants for an auto manufacturer and realized they had one of the most expensive, but only marginally effective, paint stripper formulas on the market. They quickly realized if they wanted to offer better paint stripper formulas, they also had to know more about how to use them. They found a formula that was a perfect match, and in fact, the formula was later renamed “Stylbush” to create such a high-end paint stripper for customers wanting the best paint stripper that they can.
It’s also important to learn more about how to use spray paint spray strippers. They take a long time to dry.
Is it safe to use spray paint inside?
Yes, it is safe to paint cars in a paint shop where proper safety measures are followed. But you don’t paint your car inside in a garage like most garage owners do and thus, we recommend that you keep them out of your car as much as possible.
The only thing more dangerous than spraying paint in your car than walking into your car in the rain and getting your hair wet is the exposure to chemicals when spraying paint outside. If it’s time