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Unread 10-22-2009, 08:48 PM   #1
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Any good how-to's?

Sometimes there is just too much info on the 'net. Can anybody point me to a good how-to on touch-up painting? Especially blending of edges once painted.

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Sometimes there is just too much info on the 'net. Can anybody point me to a good how-to on touch-up painting? Especially blending of edges once painted.
Both of these forums have several top notch professionals that are always willing to give good advice,the only thing is, do not ask for shortcuts,there is no shortcuts in auto body work and painting for a good job

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