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Old 12-10-2007, 10:17 AM
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I have done this many times now, Jim is right, I will add a few tips
Use fine steel wool to clean the paint to remove any real imperfections, rust ect. Use a good cleaner after that to remove any traces of oil or old wax. I use Kleenze, aproduct to use prior to painting a car.
I then apply green auto tape and use an exacto blade to trim to the star.
the rest is simple. It is a tedious process but can make a world of diffrence.
A picture attached prior to painting. Newspaper not applied to ouside of rim yet
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