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Faire une retouche de peinture provisoire

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Hello 

Je poste une petite astuce que j'ai appliqué cet aprem pour effectuer une retouche de peinture sur mon express bleu Corfou.

N'ayant pas de peinture bleu Corfou dans mon stock il a fallu improviser.

Ayant quelques bombes de différentes couleurs dans mon stock entre autres du bleu pour mon Rapid et du gris pour jantes j'ai donc tenté de faire un essai de mélanger ces 2 couleurs pour faire une couleur qui s'apparente au Corfou.

 

Matériel :

une bombe de gris clair métallisé

une bombe de bleu

un petit pinceau écolier

une petite gamelle

 

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On va déposer dans 2 endroits un peut de peinture de chaque couleur et ensuite on va commencer a apporter un peut de bleu vers le gris afin de commencer le mélange.

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Quand on a la couleur souhaitée on peut donc en poser un peut a l'endroit de la retouche et ainsi voir s'il faut ajuster ou non son mélange

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Et voilà bon certes c'est pas exactement la bonne nuance mais de toute manière sur un véhicule de plus de 20ans la couleur d'origine a changé avec le temps donc acheter une bombe de bleu Corfou n'aurait pas donné beaucoup mieux .

 

A noter qu'il faut ajouter du vernis afin de protéger un minimum sa répartition même si c'est du provisoire ça peut parfois être du provisoire qui reste a vie au final...

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