Considering its size and importance, the vehicle refinishing industry is in many respects surprisingly unprofessional. Often the only training a paint sprayer receives is on-the-job teaching by a more experienced sprayer, whose own understanding of spraying and its problems may often be quite limited. "Vehicle Fine Finishing" aims to provide practical and systematic advice and information to those involved in the refinish industry. It stresses the need for organized craftsmanship, and describes the correct precautions, preparations and sequence of operations. Chapters are devoted to equipment as well as to the various paint and powder coatings, preparation, application, finish, metallics and polish. The problems of managing a paint shop are covered, and the book brings the reader up to date with the very latest developments in paint technology. The book should be an aid to all paint shop sprayers, foremen, managers and executives involved in the repair and refinishing of motor vehicles, as well as to refinish paint distributors.
This copy is in very good condition with just a couple of minor black dots on the front cover.