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little update rustoleum rollered paint job 6n

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6ncarl

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MattLoaf

Looks like it turned out pretty nicely. Got any details on how you did it?

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Onepointfour

Nice improvement.

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6ncarl

flatted paint down and then mixed rustoleum colour combi 85% white spirits 15% and then used a small gloss roller and just rolled it on like you would a house door then buffed with 400 wet and dry then another coat of paint used a foam brush for hard to get areas then 600 wet ad dry sanded then painted again then left to dry then 1800 wet and dry sanded and t cuted and then polished not finished have to sand a bit more to get a glass like finish if intressed i just youtubed it full repaint cost me £65 with postage

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6n n3rd

How many days did it take u to do it?

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6ncarl

been doing rust and dents for months but started blue on friday and took pictures today would of done it quicker if it didnt rain on first coat which i had to flat back saturday morning and then buy a massive gazebo and put 2nd coat on saturday night and then 3 rd coat sunday at 1pm and then started 1800 wet and drying today then took pictures but its still not close to finish i would like

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6ncarl

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Mclovin

that don't look bad at all, seen a write up of a dodge charger that had had the same treatment

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6n n3rd

Where did u get all the paint and everything from and do they do electric orange? I've decided to go that colour and I want it done in the next 6 weeks max

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Guest POLOMON
Where did u get all the paint and everything from and do they do electric orange? I've decided to go that colour and I want it done in the next 6 weeks max

GOOGLE IT! all info is all over the internet, how to's, write ups galore.

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6n n3rd
Where did u get all the paint and everything from and do they do electric orange? I've decided to go that colour and I want it done in the next 6 weeks max

GOOGLE IT! all info is all over the internet, how to's, write ups galore.

I know how to do it now that I've watched all the videos just can't find the paint anywhere lol

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itchpolo

Have been thinking about doing this for a while, finish looks pretty good. Surely you didn't need to prime it though if using rustoleum?

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6ncarl

got paint from http://www.rustoleumdirect.co.uk/ 2.5 ltrs did 3 coats with some spare and white spirits and rollers from poundland

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Slacker

close up on the finish

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6ncarl

there is one of wing which still needs more flatting back will get a better picture at the weekend

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B-shaw

looks decent tbh

That charger was fooking immense, the finish on that was better than anything I've ever seen before.

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Ross74h

Hum, that looks so good I am very tempted to do mine like that.

Knowing me I would mess it up though!

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harris.racing

Looks awesome :)

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