Yesterday was the last day in a series of 4 days of hard work! I began with sanding the tub, then lots of small items, painted those items first and finally yesterday I painted the tub to its final color. I must say; an energy consuming task… But thankfully, a rewarding task as well!
The first part of the day I spent light sanding the epoxy primer, removing dust (air gun), then removing grease and remaining dust with a degrease solvent.
After driving the cruiser into the the paint cabin, I masked all the parts that didn’t need to be painted with craft paper. Then, we put the cabin air ventilation system on, which sucks away all the dust particles in the air.
Finally I used a dust removing cloth (sticky cloth?) to remove the last remaining dust from the surface.
When the cabin reached its temperature of 22 degrees Celsius, I started painting… 2 layers of paint in the inside, 3 on the outside.. and after 1 hour this was the result: