I like that, very original.
A Problem with using spray bike is that your can see how textured the paint is and if you do layers/masking you can see how thick the paint is...
And that always puts me off from using It despite knowing how tough and easy to use it is!
I want to seal some decals stuck on top of powdercoat with clearcoat, but the internet strongly suggests it won't stick to the powdercoat. Have you had any issues? Thanks
Powdercoat is usually Polyurethane. There's not much that'll stick to that.
To be honest I haven't and it's adhered pretty well despite "not being suitable" but I may well have just gotten lucky and I wasn't going to be too upset if it didn't work out so I don't know that I could expressly recommend it...
Would like some better quality pics but looks nice
Looking for a good reference for (probably) NJS paint job - when viewed side on you can only really see one colour, but at an angle the inside of the forks, stays etc have a different colour faded in. Pretty sure I've seen a great pink/purple version but I can't think what to google to find the specific style...
Flip-flop paint finish.
Nah not flip-paint, it's actually two different colours, but only one really visible from the side. Kinda like this but colour rather than chrome.
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