From cellulose to clear over base coat, acrylic and two pack, the variety of classic car paint systems and their applications can be daunting. In this tutorial video Michael shows you how to identify different paint systems. He will help you understand the equipment required and the individual properties of each type of paint to help you make an informed choice when spraying your classic car.
Cleanliness is key when soldering. It’s good practice to clean the iron. Simply heat the iron and wipe it on a damp piece of tissue paper and you should see the tip of the iron become shiny again with a good coat of solder on it. If this doesn’t work, try letting it cool downWatch Now >>
It is important to smear a little oil onto replacement sealing rubbers and not to over-tighten a new filter; not only to ensure a seal this time, but to help with future servicing. For more helpful tips, please visit our course Basic Engine Maintenance.Watch Now >>
Vacuum and pressure bleeders explained. Ed takes you through the methodology and gives you top tips for a successful bleed.Watch Now >>
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