2003 Honda Accord - Peeling Clear Coat
Overall Paint job Due To Paint Failure
Work Done By RodsShop
If you are familiar with Honda's, you know they make great cars but plan on getting it repainted. Honda's are renowned for peeling clear coat. Owner bought this car new and took really good care of it. However it still started peeling, flaking and hazing up.
I had to sand most of the clear off the upper areas. The clear started hazing on the lower part of the car but it was still bonded to the base-coat. Once the paint was sanded down, the car got primered tow different times. After that it was a block sand, put in sealer and then painted. I used a single stage urethane paint called Nason. Nason was the generic version of Dupont. Now Dupont is Axalta and Cromax.
All of my cars in my pictures and videos are actual real customer's cars, so usually my main focus is to get the job done. However I plan to do better in the future.
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