What is paint blending?
Correspondingly, what does blending paint mean?
We have already gone into the basics of the painting process, so now let's talk about the difficulty of simply matching paint colors through a process called, blending. Blending paint sounds pretty obvious. It's a process of applying one paint color to another by creating a seamless and even surface on your car.
Beside above, what is paint blending solvent? Blending Solvent; Blenz-In by SEM is an aerosol blending solvent designed to melt the edge of 2k urethane refinish topcoats into the existing coating. It allows users to keep repairs to a single panel by creating an invisible blend.
Just so, how do you blend a paint job?
9 Easy Steps To Blend Paint Jobs From Home!
- First you want to pinpoint your body work area and apply the proper body work strategies.
- Fill the area with your body filler.
- Sand your body filler flat, use a guide coat if you are having a hard time getting it flat.
- 2000 grit the blending areas so you can have a section to melt your clearcoat to.
Is paint blending necessary?
It is necessary because you want the color of the new paint to match the existing factory or older paint color. It is extremely important that the two paints match so that the paint on your vehicle is blended seamlessly.