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post #1 of 15 (permalink) Old 05-18-2010, 08:38 PM Thread Starter
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Yup. Thanks for the idea also it not as good as your lol





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sweet Punk! I had the same problem with paint peeling around the chrome after I peeled the tape off. I just used a tooth pick to touch it up then I clear coated over the whole entire piece.
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hmm i used spray paint krylon and i dont like to clear coat because i suck at it but i will deff touch it up

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you think if i sprayed alot of it into a bucket or a bowl or something it would build up enough so i could touch it up?

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yeah, spray it into the cap of the spray can. I've done that many times
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punk, it's lookin really good - especially like it w/ the LEDs - works off of the trim very nicely
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