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Video instructions and help with filling out and completing Which Form 8815 Employment

Instructions and Help about Which Form 8815 Employment

Okay, this is still in production of the Rust-Oleum roll-on paint job. I'll try to put some pictures before this, hopefully, they'll be in the video. Anyway, it's not done. It needs a lot of wet sanding. I wasn't really trying to get it perfect since it's a 4x4, but I'm gonna do a little browse around and let you see how it turns out. I found this video information on YouTube and decided to do it myself, so here we go. The camera doesn't do it justice. Now that was just straight, basically just cleaning the metal off with some alcohol and paper towels and then in the paint. So I went dry so much on me and showed so many imperfections. Even though when I was painting, they had a few flies landing on it and I had some debris work those out, picked them off, and rewetted my roller and rolled it back on so you can see a little haze in it, see a lot of orange peel if you get up on it closely. We'll see if we can do a reflection in my hand, other reflection of my hand turns out pretty nice, yeah, but you can tell it ain't a perfect job. But you know, considering when you spend twenty-six dollars for a professional gallon and I only think I've used a quart yet, that paint. So that's it. We roll to the back, guess it's a four by four decals. They're just buying a letter, got some lady to cut and send me a little rusty bed liner. And the bed's not in bad shape. Get my racing stripes now. Right here, there was a big dent and I just, I worked it out the best I could. I didn't really want...