20 March 2020
A sprayout card can be a helpful tool when trying to achieve a blendable color match. This standard operating procedure (SOP) covers the steps required when creating a sprayout card.
Identifying the correct color formula is the essential first step in achieving a good match of an OEM color. This standard operating procedure (SOP) discusses the proper procedure for identifying proper color formulas.
When repairing a vehicle with bumper sensors, it is important to only paint a new sensor if the existing sensor is painted. This standard operating procedure (SOP) discusses refinishing a vehicle with bumper sensors.
Applying a quality clearcoat over a basecoat color not only provides a superior gloss, it protects the color from fading and enhances appearance, scratch resistance, and overall durability.
PPG's internal repair system is designed to provide a simple repair process when there's a specific underhood color or where the internal area is a low gloss version of the external color.
LKQ (Like Kind or Quality) parts often require cleaning or other repairs before applying the final coat. This standard operating procedure (SOP) covers how to properly prepare LKQ parts.