The crazy crew of Garage 54 once again found an old Lada somewhere and tried something. This time it urgently had to be an external improvement. And one complete paint job! Since there was no painting booth available in the hallowed halls of the Russian tuners, it was decided to use a "very environmentally conscious“PVC dress in the nature. However, at an outside temperature of -30 degrees Celsius. A little cold, but hey, it'll work. Or? There the term gets temperature paint a completely different sense. Anyone who knows a little about the subject will quickly discover that the conditions are anything but ideal. You should actually have a paint job room temperature carry out or at least in the double-digit range to zero. Garage54 tries it in the double-digit range under zero.
painting at 30 degrees below zero
One "normal drying process“Is with it locked out. But the paint will still be firm. Because the extreme cold simply freezes the paint on the vehicle. And the result can be described with the term "Orange peel“Not clarify in the beginning. Because here there are even correct ones Ribs of ice. Surprisingly, however, the paint remained fluid long enough to lay on the car. We would actually have suspected that it was already freezing in the nozzle or in the cup of the spray gun. After the Lada four hours had been standing outside in freezing temperatures for a long time, it was brought into the workshop. And then? You better watch it in the video!
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Temperature painting with a difference - project -30 degrees!
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