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hydrographics/water transfer dipping

Discussion in 'General Automotive Chat' started by egesford, Oct 15, 2013.

  1. egesford
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    [Oct 15, 2013]
    Ive just ordered a load of hydrographic stuff, anyone got any experience doing this? Im going to attempt dipping some rstt alloys
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    haven't had any experience myself but will be intrested in how it goes. rather than spending a couple hundred getting all mine refurbed it be better for me to putty and sand down the larger digs then dip the wheels. they're only reps so dont want to spend loads trying to make them look nice again!
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    My advice is to practise on something small and insignificant first before jumping straight in with the good stuff.
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    ive got some old golf alloys knocking about, il try it on one of those and post up some pictures when ive had a crack at it. might be a little while as only just ordered it and still got to get a compressor/spray gun etc.
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