Have you ever painted a car that looked great in the spray booth, but when you looked at it outdoors there was a color mismatch or it wasn’t completely covered?
Have you ever discovered defects like sand scratches and pinholes after you’ve applied the first basecoat?
It is a portable light with virtually a perfect match to natural daylight. No matter where the vehicle is located, or where it is in the repair process; no matter the lighting conditions; time of day or weather conditions; whether the sun decides to shine or not, the Sun Gun will help you achieve the perfect match and get the job done right the first time.
Here’s how it works…
1) Start by locating the original equipment color code.
2) Check for variant color chips.
3) Select the variant deck and chips that correspond to the original equipment color code.
4) Compare variant color chips to the vehicle being repaired.
5) Shine the Sun Gun on the chips while they’re against the vehicle.
6) Mix the selected variant paint formula using the paint company’s recommended procedure.
7) Spray a test panel.
8) Assess and confirm the color match and coverage with the Sun Gun.
9) Before applying the base coat, use the Sun Gun to check for any pre-paint defects.
10) Apply the base coat.
11) Inspect the vehicle with the Sun Gun to verify complete coverage and an accurate color match.
12) Continue the refinish process.
13) When the job is complete, perform a final inspection with the Sun Gun to check for any post-paint imperfections.