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If the rust is severe I use a dremel to carefully remove it very locally. Then use a cocktail stick dipped in paint to fill the scratch. Build up the paint each time it dries till it is above the surface paint. Finally, t-cut it back till it bends with the surrounding paint


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If you want the job done right, then yes: grinding, filling, sanding, priming, and spraying are your best option. There are alternatives out there. Duplicolor makes color matched kits which allows you to paint in the smaller chips (it has an abrasive, color paint brush, then a clear coat to go over the top). I haven't used them, but the product looks like a ...


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There are numerous such minute scratches on the bonnet of my 19 years old car. What I do is, whenever I clean the engine bay and when the clothpiece I use to clean will be slightly damp from all the petrol/oil inside the engine bay, I use that clothpiece and wipe on these scratches and the scratches become invisible :).


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I afraid you need to sand entire surface, then paint with primary, then paint with proper paint. Spray paint don't have consistent pressure so its grain is not perfect. To prepare and repaint entire car you need to make some disassemble, masking and drying. So it is a lot of money even in my country (Belarus).


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It's not going to take more work than it would have if the paint was faded or spotty or had teardrops (running paint because it was applied too thick). It's just lots of sanding and filling in imperfections.


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By "maintain" I'm going to assume you are asking if it will provide enough air flow to do the work you need to do. If this is right, we'd need to know if your spray gun is a High Volume Low Pressure (HVLP) type spray gun. If so, the compressor should do you just fine. I would bet, though, if you are going to be doing a lot of painting with this, even with ...



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