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Old 10-31-2009, 06:20 PM   #1
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rice boy need your help on butcher work

some part of the paint of my hood is felling off, the felling pieces are like the gloss layer of the paint, and it make some area with pale red color, very ugly,
but when it rains, it looks accpetable, got the wet look, when its dry it looks ugly as fuc,
how to keep that wet look without repainting the whole thing ?
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Old 10-31-2009, 08:00 PM   #2
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Just paint the hood. Its fucked.
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some part of the paint of my hood is felling off, the felling pieces are like the gloss layer of the paint, and it make some area with pale red color, very ugly,
but when it rains, it looks accpetable, got the wet look, when its dry it looks ugly as fuc,
how to keep that wet look without repainting the whole thing ?
as a user name of "Perfect_ESL"...i think you need to retake a lesson or two....
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as a user name of "Perfect_ESL"...i think you need to retake a lesson or two....
I think he'll need more than two lessons.
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Sounds like your clear is flaking off
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If the clear has not flaked or been chipped take some wet sand paper(1500-2000 grid) and wet sand it and take a buffer to it...see if that helps....be sure not to go too deep into the clear..if you do you'll have to repaint for sure.
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