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Old 04-01-2005
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LOL that Explorer you had was hot as ****. Rave on wheels lol. I actually im gonna use a few of your idea for my Ranger if you dont care, that lit up water bottle **** was nice.
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nice vet man!!!!
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mm I love Zaino as well! Nothing can shine like this.. is my truck painted camo?

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The proof that nothing beats Zaino: (these are other vehicles we have)


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So, in answer to your question Christian, orange peel is a state that the paint goes on the car. Orange peel is, as I understand it, unevenness of the paints surface, which is caused by the paint being put on too thickly, or with not enough solvent, or something along those lines. Hence, it looks like the texture of an orange :)
To kinda piggy back on this...there are a couple of other things that can cause orange peel...1 being oils from your skin coming in contact with the unpainted surface before paint is applied. (However, this can also cause "fish eyes" or where paint repels from a particular spot when applied) Tack cloth residue can cause both, moisture in small amounts,(but moisture usually ends up causing fish eyes). All in all he nailed it down, i just wanted to add a little to that for people who want to know more about paint and body work....
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Wet sanding on your paint (scary though I know) will get rid of the orangepeel.
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