Kombi Spray Painting

The process of the body work preparation prior to painting is critical to having a really good new spray job. Kombi spray painting amongst automotive spray painters is a challenge because the side and rear panels of a Kombi are such large flat areas. Getting the cover just right requires experience and skill.

Since the first Kombis were built, there are colour code records still available, which means that you can get your Kombi painted in an original Kombi colour, or you can choose from the huge new range of colours that are available today.

Years back there was a choice of using acrylic or 2 Pack paints. These days all cars are sprayed using 2 Pack because of the far superior finish and the hardness of the paint once the process has been completed.

Kombi spray painting, about 2 Pack paints

2 Pack is a type of automotive paint that is used mainly in the spray painting trade as it is extremely hazerdous. It must only be sprayed in a spray booth with the correct safety equipment such as masks and overalls. 2 Pack Paint needs a hardener to be added to it so it sets just right. 2 Pack paint also needs a 1.5mm spray gun tip or smaller.

Once the paint coats have been applied the paint is then baked at high temperatures, to fix the paint and to give that smooth hard finish.

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The spray booths have certain specifications and this type of spray painting is done under strict regulations because of the potential health risks to the spray painter.

In essence our Kombi spray painting is done by professionals and is done right the first time.

Experience tells us that it’s not worth skimping on the final paint job. Also remember that the reason for painting a Kombi is to make sure the metal is covered and therefore does not rust.

Call us for a quote on your rust work, restoration, or Kombi spray painting.

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