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| Originally posted by Fruityone@Apr 18 2003, 08:33 AM |
i tried it this afternoon that grey shit takes forever to get off...as of yet i am still not even thru the first layer of grey rubber paint
| Originally posted by KMracing@Apr 18 2003, 09:22 AM |
So this is an easy process (as in doable)... As for able to do this.... i can do practically anything anyone can do with cars just need to learn it first... and then theres my dad who can do more than anyone.... so im covered. but i dont wanna pay 300 bucks if i can just get it off/paint it myself.
If i bought the paint... how would i paint it? I noticed today the side skirts are on there pretty well... and same with the bumpers... would i need to sand off the paint? never heard of that with plastic....
| Originally posted by GreenDragon@Apr 18 2003, 08:33 PM |
If your going to do it right you need to sand, primer, paint, sand, paint, wet sand, paint, sand some more, paint, then a few layers of clear coat. Otherwise you run the risk of the paint chipping, bubbling, or just looking plain chitty.
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