How to paint in a professional way.
New training videos entitled Tips4You focus on everyday repair methods.
Paint expert Tony Mitchell shows how it's done right.
Video: Optimal Colour Matching - 100% Digital
There is an easier and more reliable way to find the correct colour formula than using fandeck color chips. Our colour specialist Inne Goossens guides Tony through the simple and effective digital colour retrieval process using ColorDialog Phoenix spectrophotometer and Phoenix software. The big hurdle all painters have, is to give up their established traditional work methods. Putting trust in a digital colour solution is a big challenge, but if you give it a chance you’ll find there is more to gain than to fear by using these modern tools.
Together with Permahyd® Hi-TEC Base Coat 480, you have not only the fastest way of application, but also the most efficient colour retrieval process.
Video: 3-stage repair process
3 stage pearl colours are becoming more common, and they require certain attention in the refinish repair process if you want them 1st time right. Follow our tips on colour card preparation, correct undercoat color, application process and blending-in technique to help you achieve consistently good repairs using Permahyd Hi-TEC 480 basecoat.
Video: Blending-in process
Halo's and visible transitions are the most common problems when blending-in high metallic colours. With Permahyd Hi-TEC there is a fast, reliable and repeatable process, which will help you get consistently good results as we show you in this video.
Video: Control Mottling
Painting a bonnet with "Permahyd Hi-TEC Performance 480" is easy if you follow our technical datasheets, but if you do need to fix some clouding and mottling problems with tricky colours, then you need to know the best way.
Video: Application Guide for Hi-TEC Performance System
In this video we show the essential aspects of applying "Permahyd Hi-TEC Performance 480"on the full side of a car. The focus on several key points like how the 1.5 coat process should look like, the importance of spray gun distance, how to control overlaps and how the basecoat should look whilst it’s still wet.
Follow these simple steps and you will improve your results.