For a long while now, I’ve found the tarnished, faded and brake dust baked color of my rims has just been a little boring.
So I decided to the the Nappisan out and make my rims white!
Actually, I got the oven cleaner out… They went from this:
I think oven cleaner worked well because of all these bad things it says not to do with it. Like spray on aluminium…
I think I ignored 7-8 warnings >.>
A quick trip to SuperTheif Auto for 4 cans of paint and some masking tape, and I was on my way to sparkly whites!
One of them is really ****, I start spraying on the edge of dark, and the humidity went up, so the paint took about 4x longer to dry, I added my coats 15 mins apart (oblivious to the paint not drying) and I ended up with a bunch of runs on one of the rims. So I dug out the winter heater and turned my bathroom into a make shift oven to help the coats set and cure.
Will do the remaining two wheels tomorrow night and it should be looking all sexy for the DownShift Track Battle!