Here are the photos with explaination below. I am really happy today, sprayed a coat of Joy on my car
The rusted steering column
Sanding completed on the rusted steering column with the roll (non branded sandpaper roll available in any hardware shop)
Painted it with Zinc primer by hand & brush. I was satisfied with the output but made my mind to hire a compressor.
I took a compressor on rent from a local automotive paint shop @ 150/day
The gun that came with it.
This is the backside of my dashboard, pretty dirty so washed it & dried it sun.
While the dashboard was drying, I dismantled its backside components
I washed all the small parts with heavy detergent water & then flushed/rinsed it in normal water. Also used a old toothbrush to clean them when soaked in the detergent water.
Finally the dashboard was dry & I wiped it clean with thinner. To remove all dust etc.
Rest of the parts returned from the terrace after drying & laid down for painting.
This is the last picture of my grey dashboard
Poured the plastic primer in the gun tank (I think that is what they call it)
Close up of the dashboard with the first coats of paint
In a josh, forgot the combination I had planned and painted this part also in Brown. It was supposed to be Beige.
I did not carefully adjust the knob at the gun, so failed in painting these items properly. They will be stripped & painted again in a few days.
Covered the windshield with newspapers so that the Zinc primer doesnt stick to the windshield.
Primer spraying in progress
Sprayed too much on the rear seat are without much sanding, this is what happened.