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04-10-2013, 02:25 PM #21
Unfortunately, Krylon is a step ahead of us. Their spray nozzles are solidly attached to the can. I have tried removing them before, and short of breaking it off, you can't do it.
Does anyone recall that there was once a refillable aerosol can for dispensing auto-quality paint? Is it still made, and was it any good?
04-14-2013, 04:59 PM #22
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Man seeing those rims get painted gives me hope for my truck...I cant spend money on new rims...so seeing this I think I will paint mine black as well...I already have the white/black contrast going on with my truck so this would step it up...i just installed subwoofer/amp on it today (first time ever doing it) so as soon as the weather warms up I shall paint the rims too...awesome job!
04-14-2013, 09:32 PM #23
next after its all set and ready, here's what you do:
- 3or4coats of ETCHING PAINT
-3coats black paint
-3coats of clear coat
-1coat black paint
After this I let them set in sun for about 30mins.
And if you can use a air compressor to help dry the paint. But don't hold the nose close, hold it about 3-4ft above. And this should speed up the drying process.(hold it too close you blow a hole in the paint and fixing it is a pain.)
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