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roscom

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PostSubject: Diy spray job   Sat 6 Sep - 22:06

Finally got round to painting my winglets last week having had the paint for weeks and pretty pleased with the results given they were a rattle can effort done in the garage so thought I would whack some pictures up.


Before;

As they came off the car. Might not be obvious in the pics but bad prep,blue paint showing through on the ridges,spots that had reacted & stonechips.









During;

My helper giving them a wash then given a going over with the d/a.







After;

Dusting of plastic primer to any bare spots, 3 coats of crystal grey metallic & 5 coats of lacquer.








Massive improvement from before and will be going back on the car along with a ht autos splitter sometime this coming week.

Cheers Ross.
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PostSubject: Re: Diy spray job   Sat 6 Sep - 23:16

spot on job that
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PostSubject: Re: Diy spray job   Mon 8 Sep - 8:18

Cheers mate.

Only problem is after offering them up to the front end they make the bumper look scruffy as anything! Oh well,best save to get that sent in for a blowover!
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PostSubject: Re: Diy spray job   Mon 8 Sep - 8:25

Looking good gaz
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