ERA PAINTS Trim Black Paint Application Instructions

 

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PLEASE READ AND FULLY UNDERSTAND THESE DIRECTIONS BEFORE BEGINNING YOUR PAINT PROJECT, INCLUDING THE SAFETY WARNING ON THE REVERSE SIDE OF THESE INSTRUCTIONS.  We are not liable for vehicle damage caused by improper application.

Note: These instructions assume you purchased a prep kit or have similar materials/tools to do the job.

For step by step video instructions please visit our website at www.erapaints.com.


Surface Preparation:  Thoroughly clean the area to be repaired with wax and grease remover (glass cleaner can be used as a substitute) & let dry completely. Use wax and grease remover with a clean lint free towel (blue towel) to assure the surface is free of wax, oil, and other surface contaminates. (only apply wax and grease remover to the towel, never directly on paint).

 

Masking:  Use automotive grade masking tape and masking paper to mask off area sanded or filled area. Dry scuff the panel to be painted & clean with wax & grease remover.

 

Spray Paint Application:  Shake can vigorously for 30 seconds. Spray several light coats on masked-off areas, waiting 5-10 minutes between each coat. Allow to dry for 10 minutes, then remove tape & masking paper.

 

 

A NOTE ABOUT SAFETY

CALIFORNIA PROPOSITION 65 WARNING: Our paint and wax/grease remover products contain chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm – use in a well-ventilated area and avoid contact with skin. Customers accept responsibility for using products in a safe and responsible manner. Exercise caution when using our products. Follow product instructions carefully. Keep paint and other paint products away from children. Please dispose of unused paint products carefully and respect local regulations. Use protective equipment during application – toxic chemicals that are found in spray can inhalants can pass into the bloodstream and eventually make their way to the brain. These chemicals represent a number of health risks and potentially fatal dangers. Someone who intentionally sniffs a large amount of the chemicals found in aerosols is at risk of brain kidneys or liver damage, visual problems, seizures, loss of hearing, central nervous system damage, dementia, and even suffocation or Sudden Sniffing Death Syndrome. Please be aware that spray can sniffing is fairly common among teenagers. MSDS sheets are available for all products upon request.