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I'm keen on the speakers.
I'm Catford based so could swing round and collect.
Glad you had fun.
Greg's probably my favourite drummer... if not him then maybe Zach Hill.
They're both equally bat shit.
Did the ticket find a home?
I was at that show last night.
It was great but I'd have preferred the other room... a Deerhoof show isn't really a seated affair.
There's a bit of info about some of the common options in the broad spectrum (pun intended) of refinishing processes available for bikes - https://colecoatingsworkshop.com/process
Also, although not comprehensive... this person goes into a little more technical information but in the most part is referring to auto application rather than bikes, where there are many big differences - Jalopy Journal
I'm based in Dulwich during work hours.
You can borrow mine if you wish.
Drop me a DM.
- Use a credit card to tickle any air bubbles out of the application sheet.
- Use low-tack masking tape to mark guides and to help line up your graphics. You can also draw over the application tape with a sharpie if that helps.
- Gently heat the masks/stencils down once they're in position - a hairdryer is fine.
- Lay down as little product as you can. If the area is covered, leave it... don't add 'one for luck' or 'just to be sure' - too much product means poor adhesion and furry lines/edges.
- Use a sharp blade to very carefully lift up the stencils after you've applied the colour (most of us tend to use a Swann Morton No 10 blade on a No 3 handle) - blade marks mean you're bad at painting!
- A mild solvent on a clean microfibre cloth will remove any glue residue from the vinyl (look for 'Panel Wipe' or 'Antistatic Degreaser'). It should also take care of any "fallout" or accidental overspray if you're careful.
Drop me an email if you run into any trouble.
Bump for new individual prices.