(DIY) Do It Yourself projects can be fun and exciting and sometime even necessary but more importantly can help give you a sense of accomplishment. When you can take something broken, or needing fixed up or build something from scratch or just improve what is there already and you do it on your own, this can build your self-esteem and confidence more than you know. We often feel like very confident when we are backed with some experience and knowledge of something and DIY projects can give you that. Granted you shouldn’t take on something that is so huge that you are going to get frustrated and overwhelmed, it means choose your battles wisely. But things like home improvements or automotive repairs can be really good therapy for self-improvement. Just like a child building their first bird house or putting together a 1001 piece puzzle, we encourage children to take on little projects to give them that self-esteem builder to generate confidence. The same applies to adults but unfortunately as we get older, we get more responsibilities and finding time for craft works or home improvements or even something as simple as building a bird house or a dog house becomes something we can’t make the time for thus leaving us in that realm of bringing down our confidence a notch. We adults need to take on some little projects from time to time to remind us that “we can do it!!!”
DIY is not only good for building confidence and a sense of accomplishment but it can also be good on the wallet. There are improvements that can be made to your car, your house or your lawn that not only save money on paying out labor cost but will also save you money from the improvement itself, which again gives you a sense of accomplishment. Below I have listed some “Home Improvement” products that can help you improve not only your projects but yourself as well. As always we are very interested in hearing from you about any ideas or products you might like to see. If you are working on a project and learn about something that can help others on a similar or same type project, drop us a line and share it. After all we want to help people succeed and do better, so don’t be shy…
Do you have a fender bender on your car you would like fix yourself, possibly peeling clear coat or a project dream car you have been dying to paint yourself but just too afraid that you will mess the whole thing up?
A lot of people don’t realize that shooting the paint is actually a small part of how to do bodywork. If there is rust, you have to cut it out or neutralize it. Dents are always going to be in a car from a little ding to a hammer size one, so you have to decide the best method of removing it. Then comes customizing, possibly a ground effects package, add a spoiler, body flare kit or some cool graphics.
Finally a course that teaches everything you will ever need to know about body work, painting, graphics, welding and everything else. Learn how to remove dents the proper way. Learn how to primer, install customized body parts including bonding them on. Learn how to mix your paints regardless if it is synthetic enamel, acrylic enamel, urethane or base coat clear coat. Learn how many coats you should apply and the flash times between coats. You’ll learn how to color sand and buff and much more all to get an “Eye Popping” finish that yourself or your friends will believe YOU did it.
This is great for any Automotive Do-It-Yourselfer, however the knowledge and skills you get from this Learn Auto Body & Paint Training Course will put you at an Automotive Professional Level. So this new found skill can be used to make extra cash as a part time job or even be turned into a full time career. You know what body shops charge to do bpdy and paint work, you’ll be able to as well or just save yourself all that money doing your own repairs.