1. Clean bumper and other plastic parts with motospray Prepwash to remove contaminants.

2. Sand damaged area with 400 grit WD sand paper (dry sand). Then abrade the entire part with motospray Abrasive Hand Pads and clean again with Prepwash.

3. Apply motospray Body Filler to scratches and cracks and Spot Putty to minor imperfections, allow to cure and sand with 320 grit dry paper until smooth.

4. Apply 2 or more medium wet coats of motospray Bumper Prime allow to dry.

5. For flexible bumpers and skirts apply motospray Flexi Prime first then apply motospray Bumper Prime.

6. Sand with 800 grit wet and dry paper (dry sand) until smooth surface is achieved you are now ready for Top Coat Colour.

 
     
 
 


1. Remove old paint and rust from affected area. Use 24 grit disc or wire brush. Tap the edges of the hole slightly inwards to make room for the Body Filler. Clean area to be repaired with motospray Prepwash.

2. Apply motospray Rust Converter & Primer Sealer to hard to reach areas that are unlikely to be primed and Deoidiser & Rust Remover to accessible areas that will be primed.

3. For small rust holes use Reofil or Metal Fill to level just below panel line.

4. For larger rust holes use Repair Patch and apply Fiberglass Repair Kit or Reofill to just below panel line.

5. Apply motospray Body Filler to repair, making sure you apply enough to sand back to level surface with 36 grit speed file or vibrator paper. Finally sand with 180 grit dry paper. Mask surrounding area to avoid overspray.

6. Apply motospray Primer Surfacer or One Stop Primer / Putty 100mm beyond repair area. Allow to dry then apply a light guide coat using motospray Acrylic Matt Black aerosol and sand back with 800 grit WD paper. For rougher surfaces use motospray Spray Putty between layers of primer, to build up a smooth surface. Next step is the application of Top Coat Colour.

 
     
 
 

1. If accessible use Hammer and Dolly to tap out as much of the dent as possible.Be sure not to tap the dent out higher than the panel line leaving enough room for Motorspray Body Filler. For a more serious dent first use a Dent Puller to pull the damaged area as close as possible to the original panel line, before using Hammer and Dolly.

2. Grind paint away from dent to at least 100mm around the outside of the dent using 36 grit fibre disk.

3. Apply Motorspray Deoxidiseer & Rust Remover to any rust evident on the bare metal surface.

4. Clean panel area to be repaired with Motorspray Prepwash to remove contaminates such as tar, waxes and road grime.

5. Apply Motorspray Body Filler to cover dented area (Do not apply Body Filler over painted surface), Allow to cure then sand with 180 grit dry paper. Mask surrounding area to avoid overspray.

6. Apply Motorspray Primer Surfacer or One Stop Primer / Putty 100mm beyond repair area. Allow to dry then apply a light guide coat using Motorspray Acrylic Matt Black aerosol and sand back with 800 grit WD paper. For rougher surfaces use Motorspray Spray Putty between layers of primer, to build up a smooth surface. Next step is the application of Top Coat Colour.

 
   
 
 

1. Clean the entire area with Prepwash and wipe dry with a clean cloth.

2. Thin your selected Motorspray Acrylic Colour with Motorspray Aclac 20 or Superglow. Apply 2 or 3 coats of colour allowing 10 minutes flash-off time between coats. For spot repairs extend each coat beyond the edge of the previous coat blending into the surrounding finish.

3. Your selected Motorspray Acrylic Colour can be pressurized in a convenient aerosol pack. Apply several light coats allowing 5 minutes between coats in an even overlapping pattern building up thckness gradually. Avoid heavy coats which may run or sag.

4. For metallic colours allow 1 hour drying prior to application of 2 to 3 coats of Motorspray Top Coat Clear. For solid colours Top Coat Clear is not required however it can be applied to enhance the finish. Top Coat Clear is also available in a handy aerosol can.

5. After 24 hours drying (longer if possible) wet sand the area with 1500 to 2000 grit WD paper using soapy water, then buff with Motorspray Machine Grade Cutting Compound and polish with Motorspray Non Silicone Polish.

 
     
 
 

1. Clean the entire area with Prepwash and wipe dry with a clean cloth.

2. HiChem 2 Pack Iso Free Colours can be applied over Motorspray Acrylic Primer Surfacer, One Step Primer/Putty or over HiChem 2 Pack Iso Free Primer-Isolator mixed with Iso Free Hardener 31 Slow and 5% Thinner T701 Normal .

3. For a 2 Pack Solid Finish - Mix HiChem 2 Pack Iso Free Colour with Iso FreeHardener 31 Slow and 5% Thinner T701S. Apply 2 to 3 coats allowing 10 minutes flash-off between coats.

4. For a 2 Packet Metallic Finish - apply 2 to 3 coats of Morotspray Acrylic Lacquer thinned with Motorspray Aclac 20 or Superglow, allowing 10 minutes flash-off time between coats. Allow to dry to a "tack free" condition then mix 2 Pack Iso Free Clear with Iso Free Hardener 31 Slow and 5-10% Thinner T701S and apply 2 to 3 coats allowing 10 minutes flash-off time between coats. For 2 Pack solid colours 2 Pack Iso Free Clear is not required however it can be appplied to enhance the finish.

5. After 24 hours drying wet sand the area with 1500 to 2000 grit WD paper using warm soapy water, then buff with Motorspray Machine Grade Cutting Compound and polish with Motorspray Non Silicone Polish. For best results compounding and polishing should be performed between 3 and 6 days after the applicationo of the 2 Pack Iso Free Clear.

 
     
   
 

1. Prewash - Removes tar, bugs, road grime and stains from painted surfaces.

2. Sound Deadener - Use on floor pans, under guards and chassis rails for reducing road noise. Helps prevent rust.

3. Fish Oil - Used to rust proof inside door skins, guards and cavities that can not be easily accessed.

4. Stone Guard - Use on areas that are very susceptible to stone chips and general road abrasion such as stone trays and sill rails.

5. Subframe Black - Used for chassis parts, in engine bays, under guards, etc.

6. Degrease - A maximum strength grease and oil remover for engine parts, gear box and suspension components. Will not harm paint work. Rinse with water.

7. Poyurethane Adhesive & Sealer - Used to secure body moulds, badges, chrome strips, plastic skirts, etc.

8. Acrylic Wheel Silver - Used for reconditioning of rims, wheel covers and plastic parts. Can be top coated with Acrylic Top Coat Clear for a COB look.

9. Panel Fleck - Ideal for cargo areas of utes and vans, inside boats and caravans. The textured granite fleck effect hides minor imperfections.

10. Cold Gal / Silva Gal - Ideal for reconditioning and repairing of galvanised boat trailers, trailers, gates, etc.

11. Bumper Black - Ideal for touching up chips and scratches on bumpers, side mirrors, body moulds etc.

12. Vinyl Spray - Use this product to rejuvenate interior parts, dashes, centre consoles, door trims and head liners.