How To Repair And Paint A Plastic Bumper Cover For Beginners - Part I




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Nicholas Osczypko: By far the best and most detailed video I've seen thus far...

Frank White: Open9

MrHardWood: Here is the funny thing the way he is doing is structurally weak and is not repairing the integrity of the bumper but just the apearance. The bumper is on the car still unable to repair properly repair is only on the outside not inside meening the damage is not repaird but covered up. Be safe ur car can be the only thing between h dying or living and doing repairs at home is dangerous aswell failure to list the damage u repaired can lead to insurance issues when trying to claim. Ive list some of many issues i can see within a couple minutes also he failed to properly strip the paint which means the putty he just put on is prone to cracking/flaking off due to there being a layer of primer/paint inbetween it and the plastic making it difficult for it to bond. Oh btw im fully qualified specifically to repair bumpers as close as u can to its original appearance and integrity.

Joss 9: What is that primer you are using exactly called?

Studio 1Zero: great channel all your videos are the best

Dabbash: Talking too much

Michael Girard: Emon... do you have a substitute for your patreon page?

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andrew stretch: What happened ....? i fell asleep.

bob arvello: Is the grease and wax remover water base or oil base?

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C Ed: Great vid !

Christopher Myers: very long winded -

vueall: Thank you for your videos. Really well done. Thank You Very Much!

Ed: Thanks so much. This is exactly the type of damage I have...
Can you make a video how to repair deep stone chip marks all the way to the metal? Or is it better to repaint the panel? I have like millions on doors and hood... I have a feeling the best way to protect the hood is to buy a hood deflector..

Mike Smith: Hey man thanks for this video for us non pros .

Ty Buchanan: You guys who don't use mist coats on filler and primer before sanding really annoy me!

Ty Buchanan: You are a typical spray painter, not a panel beater! Do not use your finger tips to measure how level a panel is. Always use the whole of your left hand over the area. Your left hand is the more sensitive than the right. Using your fingers will result in visible ripples in the clear coat.

Why don't you use a color mist spray over the filler before rubbing it down. Not highlighting fine scratches will lead to a "sweating" affect, i.,e. fine bumpy lines visible in the gloss.

sndtrk3000: Very nice and very clear instructions. Now I need to fix mine. An FYI warning to all your followers.. A person backed into me gouging across my bumper. I took her info.. Same Company as mine. Easy I thought. State Farm. I wrote everything down, not noticing she was not the owner of the car nor policy holder but same last name. My bad... Weeks later their agent told me their client won't respond to the accident. They asked me to check the school to check for cameras. I did. None. Two weeks later I got a note claiming they can't pay me. Their "investigation" shows no fault of their client. I took it to my agent. I said and she agreed, they lied. I was the only one who investigated. That's what I pay you to do I told her.They never communicated with there client. My agent chewed them out saying she would be as mad as I was if this happened to her. But because their client didn't respond and an unknown family member was at fault, the claim can't be held against their client. I had plenty of info but I'm out $250 deductible unless something ( that won't happen) on their end changes. The school security (an ex-cop) and the local police urged me to fight it. So I'll fix it myself. State Farm will have the choice of paying me back my costs or losing a long time customer and $2100 a year of Home and Car Insurance. If I leave them I'll definitely check out the new Company's double client Policy. And Next time I'll wait for a cop if things don't match up in print. Thanks for your advice on several videos !!! And yes, I signed up..

paul feeney: pity no proper english speak so difficult to follow

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