Sorry - as soon as I posted that I knew I should have been more specific. Let's take your interior tub for example. Masking: you painted everything without masking, even the carpet flocking. Do you clean the glue seam or do you use a special glue that doesn't react to the paint? If you clean the seam (which I assume you do), how do you glue it so that there is no glue seepage? No matter how large the seam and how little glue I use, I ALWAYS get oozing and seepage. Do you just clean off the seepage afterward as well? Hope this helps understand my question better. Should have posted THIS one to begin with!
Accident happened no less than 1.5 miles from the house, on the way to work, with intent to put on new aftermarket suspension parts after work and through the weekend! Stupid woman tried to cut through traffic on an unprotected turn. Now we have a CR-V.
At least we still have the BRZ!!!!
OMG....I also have a CBR250R....nothing but acronyms in our garage!!!!
I had to strip the rear bumper and Alclad the sucker. But now it doesn't perfectly match the front bumper. I'm really proud of the front bumper detail work, I would like to avoid undoing it and stripping factory chrome. Should I?
In order to find a new clear coat, I tested my old Tamiya Countach. Same Testors Fathom Green Metallic (painted 20 hours ago), this time, Mr. Hobby Mr. Super Clear (painted eight hours ago).
Yes, I know I'm testing early, but I want to check all stages of clear coat curing. I'll pull off the tape in about four hours, then test again tomorrow. So help me God, if this doesn't work, I am ditching this project and buying my dad a die-cast model!!!!
And what is keeping me relatively sane during this?