For the front end. Depending on the year. A new grill that makes the cars front end look better would be good. Get rid of that Hyundai badge! It'll look more sporty, and is always a main priority when I work with a car. Also,some led strips for the headlights. Angel eyes would be bomb. Front end complete. For the sides. Window tint as you said. If it's older and doesn't have chrome, and you like chrome. Put chrome strips you get at autozone advanced auto pep boys around the windows on each side. You can even order chrome door handles if you're into it. For the tires. Nice rim's. Hell, throw some Brembo caliper covers on or use paint specifically for calipers. Make them whatever color you want to match up with the car. It's a huge improvement. It has to be done carefully to not look cheap. For the rear. That is something I could never figure out on all of the years of the Sonata. Sorry, I'm unsure on that. Lip spoilers look sorta odd depending on the year. Those are my cheapest suggestions. Without doing the whole body kit thing costing you $1800 plus.1. Question: What Type Of Roller Is Best For Painting Doors?Is it better to spray or roll interior doors? Whether you spray, brush or roll, you will get the best results if you prepare the door properly, and, because paint levels better on a horizontal surface, if you take the door down and lay it flat. Even if you have to paint the door in place, you can still get good results.. What is the best way to paint interior doors? Fingerprints and grime are to be expected on interior doors in high-traffic areas. So pick paint with a gloss or semi-gloss finish, rather than flat or eggshell, for a surface that's much easier to wipe clean. A glossier paint also makes doors and trim stand out beautifully against the flatter wall surface. Do you use a foam roller for gloss paint? A long sleeved mohair roller would be used to cover a textured wall or an artexed ceiling whereas a smooth foam roller would be used to paint emulsion on a nice smooth, plastered wall. ... Synthetic fibre roller sleeves are ideal for oil based paints such as gloss painting a flush door. Why does my paint roller slide instead of roll? You will know immediately when you've overloaded the roller. It will drip en route to the wall and have a tendency to slide and smear instead of roll across the surface. ... On walls, that means the first stroke should be up. If you roll down on the first stroke, the paint may puddle under the roller and run down the wall. How can I paint without brush marks? Painting Tip #4- Painting techniques that help eliminate brush strokesDo not press too hard on the brush. ... Paint in the details and then smooth over.Going back over semi dry paint will cause ripples. ... You want to apply a thin coat, but do not "stretch" the paint on the brush. ... Always paint in one direction. There are many advantages to using a foam roller to paint your interior doors. ... The roller will spread the paint more smoothly and evenly, and it wo not leave brush marks or a bumpy surface. Because the foam roller spreads a thinner layer of paint, you will need to do at least two coats. Shaking a paint can, or stirring it too vigorously introduces air into the paint that can cause foaming, as can using old or low-quality paint. ... Applying paint too rapidly or using the wrong roller also creates tiny bubbles on the wall. What roller gives the smoothest finish? Walls, Wood, and Metal - Small 1/4 nap roller covers or foam rollers will produce the smoothest finish. Light to Medium Textured Surfaces - Microfiber rollers are best. How can I paint over gloss without sanding? To avoid sanding you can, however, use a liquid deglosser such as Krudd Kutter or M1. We like to use ether one at 518 Painters. These are specially designed liquids that will degloss most surfaces and promote a chemical bond between your glossy surface and new paint. What are foam paint rollers used for? Painters often use traditional rollers for uneven exterior walls and foam rollers for smooth interior walls, doors, and cabinets. Foam rollers glide along a smooth flat surface very easily and dispense the paint on the surfaces evenly. Foam rollers tend to last a shorter period of time than traditional rollers. Can you use a roller to paint a door? If you are going to paint a plain, flat door, use a foam roller to roll on the paint and use an angled brush to paint the sides. You want to make sure you leave no roller lap marks. To remove any lap marks, roll a lightly-loaded roller over the wet coat of paint to smooth. Can I use a roller to gloss a door? You can use a variety of brushes and rollers for this step. For large flat surfaces use the Ultimate Gloss 4 inch Roller Set. This will give you a very fine finish very fast. For areas with some detail use the Ultimate Gloss Angled Brush or the Ultimate Gloss Flat Brush. How do you paint interior doors without brush marks? How To Paint A Door Without Brush Marks (5-Step Guide)Evaluate necessary prep work.Remove door, door handles, and door hardware.Apply primer (if necessary) and sand.Apply the first coat of paint (semi-gloss paint or the paint of your choice)Lightly sand between coats.Apply the second coat/topcoat and let dry. How do I get a smooth finish with a foam roller? Here is how to get a smooth painted finish without a sprayer.Start with sanding. ... Prime corners and small edges with a foam brush. ... Prime large, open, and flat areas with the foam roller. ... Sand again, this time with 320 grit sandpaper. ... Prime everything again, just like before. ... Finish coat in your chosen color.More items... What is the best paint to use on interior doors? Choose paint recommended for interior doors, such as types with a durable gloss or semi gloss sheen that makes it easy to clean. If possible, paint in a well-ventilated area or use a fan to circulate the air. Before painting, clean the door with a degreasing cleaner. How do you paint a door with a foam roller? Edge in around windows and panels with a brush first, then coat the rest of the door with the foam roller. Use the rollers for both primer and paint. They spread a thinner coat of paint than brushes or conventional rollers do, so you will need at least two coats. How do you prevent roller marks when painting doors? Avoiding Roller MarksUse a 1/2-inch roller cover. ... Load up more frequently. ... Roll over the wet edge. ... Always prime new wood, masonry and drywall: Primer is an adhesive that seals porous materials and prevents paint from soaking in. Is it better to paint a door with a brush or roller? Use Brush for a Hand-Painted Finish Low-nap and foam rollers are ideal because they leave minimal stippling on the surface. But to achieve a really nice finish, use a paintbrush to lightly brush over the final coat of paint while it's still wet to level out roller marks and leave a smooth "hand-painted" texture.2. 1982 Chevy C10 Customization Ideas?You are only limited by the depth of your pockets and reach of your imagination. It's all up to you, pick up a copy of Truckin' or Hot Rod magazine and see what others have done for inspiration. Also get a copy of an LMC Truck catalog for some of the goodies you will need/want. Go for a 4/6 suspension drop, shave the mirrors and door handles, clean/paint the stock rally wheels if it has them, or find a set. Strip the inside of the cab, clean/paint if needed, install a Dynomat insulation barrier, reupholster the seat or graft a pair of front buckets from an Escalade if you can find one, hook up 3" dual exhaust with an x-pipe and turbo mufflers, install a phantom grill, upgrade the headlights to HID projectors, paint it a deglossed black with multicolor pinstripes, re-wire it with a Ron Francis or Painless kit, get an Ididit column... Building an '81 Scottsdale stepside myself on a frame-off resto. Got big plans when time and money permits...3. What can I do to prevent getting sick (swine flu)?Yeah, just keep washing your hands frequently like you are doing. I read that the swine flu or H1N1 gets in the air but does not stay long, it settles on an object and I was thinking about it...money is really dirty period. so if someone sick is handling the money well then it just spreads more. I agree with the President of Mexico, stay home, its the safest place to be to avoid getting infected. If you go out stay away from bird droppings, I read that bird droppings can spread it too. Keep your shoes clean and do not walk around the house with them, clean the floor near the door way where you do walk with your shoes. I will edit this later with more info. when I find it. Good Luck. Stay away from sick people. I've read alot about how scientist say Particle Respirator masks do help, and some say they do not . But I would rather be safe then sorry. So if your in an infected area you should wear the mask. A key symptom is fever. Alot of the symptoms are just like normal flu symptoms also vomiting and diarrhea have been reported. So far only 1 person has died and it was a baby almost 2 yrs old. The flu usually affects very old people and very young children. Although the Spanish influenza affected people 15-40 the most. At least thats what I have read. Treatment for swine flu is mostly the same as any other cold or flu - stay home, rest, drink plenty of liquids, and take pain-killers and over-the-counter aids as needed. The U.S. approved anti-viral drugs include Tamiflu, Relenza, Symmetrel and Flumadine, but only Tamiflu and Relenza are effective against this flu. There is not a vaccine for the swine flu yet, it usually takes months to develope. So we just have to hang in there. Since you was your hands so much (so do I since the swineflu) you should get a mosturizer for your hands because mine started to feel really dry and hurt. Keep your house clean. Wash door handles, counters, do not leave dishes out, wash bed sheets, blankets, pillow cases and just keep everything clean. An air purifier is a good idea, I have been saving for one. Wash you hands and face when you return home.