No Prerequisite or prior knowledge required;
Provide participants with the basic knowledge to apply with excellence the specialized and appropriate products in the aesthetics and conservation of vehicles with an emphasis on Classic Vehicles.
Young people and adults, students, professionals, collectors and/or enthusiasts interested in acquiring theoretical knowledge on the proper use of processes and products aimed at Aesthetics and Vehicle Conservation with an emphasis on Classic Vehicles.
Identification of types of paintings and Stages of aesthetic process and conservation.
• External Cleaning: Maintenance wash; Preparatory washing; Pre-wash; Hand wash (2-bucket system); Engine; Wheels, Tires and wheel housings; Trims; Accessories and Equipment.
• Drying: Equipment and processes.
• Previous Analysis: Identification of aesthetic process through the inspection of rubbers; Trims; Glasses; Painting; Acrylics; Over spray; malfunctions, and scratches.
• Paint Decontamination: Clay bar; Lubricants; Process, and Contaminants.
• Paint Correction: How to perform the paint analysis; RDS; RIDS; Swirls; Over spray; Spot test; Definition of setup; Phases of Cutting, Refining and Glossing and What is Mirroring..
• Paint Protection: Pre-wax; Glazes; Waxes; Sealants, and Coating.
• Finishes: Glass: cleaning, removal of watermarks and sealing; Rubber and plastics: cleaning and moisturizing; Metals and chrome (brass/copper - vehicles up to 1914, chrome, aluminum and stainless steel): Cleaning, polishing and protection; Tires, wheels and wheel housings: cleaning and conditioning.
• Internal Cleaning: Prior analysis; Identification of materials; Cleaning and conditioning of ceiling, columns and side doors; Cleaning and conditioning of instrument panel; Cleaning and hydration of leather seats and equipment.