I do some body work/painting on the side and I had a customer bring me his car to repaint the rear bumper. It was an aftermarket bumper and the paint was cracked due to someone pushing the car with another. As I'm getting it ready the guy asks if I will respray the front fender because it had been replaced (ordered off of ebay already painted). The fender didn't match the rest of the car so I told him to go by and get the car scanned to get a proper match so he did so. I gave him a price on doing the rear bumper of $150. He supplied the paint and I supplied the clearcoat. I hadn't given him a price on the fender and he says "Since you are only charging me $150 for the bumper it shouldn't cost much of anything to do the fender right?" He is a neighbors son so I was for the most part doing it as a favor so I went ahead and sprayed the fender and didn't charge him any extra. The issue I'm having is when I removed the tape (just a basic 3m beige color) from the hood a portion of the paint peeled off. Under the paint is a green colored primer and was never sanded before the paint was applied. It isn't extremely glossy but there is a sheen to it and you can tell nothing was used to scuff the surface. He isn't blaming me for it or anything but now he has asked me to repaint the hood, the front bumper and the other fender. He is going to pay me for it and I gave him a really good price for doing it but I know if the paint isn't taken down to the green primer it will eventually just peel off. I wasn't really thinking at the time when I gave him the price that the paint was going to have to be taken down that far. Now I'm really starting to second guess my price I gave him cause I can tell how the guy is now and if everything isn't perfect he will say something. So...now I ask. How would you guys go about this situation and what would you charge to do something like this?
Its like the guy is wanting show quality and not wanting to pay for it. I do a really good job when I paint things and make sure to get rid of all trash and that if I happen to get any orange peel in it I sand and buff it smooth so it matches everything else.
I know pictures aren't the best representation of a paintjob but this is my uncles car I did. It was white before I painted it. Just some proof of some of my work so you guys don't think I do cheap crappy work LOL
And a bike: