We didn’t expect it for the price, but Gonzalez removed the doors to paint the jambs. He says that it’s the only way to get the jambs fully sanded so they don’t peel and it’s also the only way to get full coverage of the paint. Once the jambs were painted, the doors were installed and realigned, then the jambs were fully masked. If the shop doesn’t take this step, later coats of paint on the body will leave a fine overspray and make the jambs look flat and dry. Even if you’re painting a car and not changing the color or painting the jambs, insist that the jambs are well masked to avoid primer overspray.