|12th February 2009, 14:33||#1|
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I heard from someone that there is something called Alloy Paint/Aluminium Paint which can be used on Alloys which has developed scratches/marks on it. Its mainly for Alloys which have aluminium finish and not for the Nickel finish. Are any of you aware of such Alloy treatments ?
My car is now 6 years old and its Alloys have got some bad scratches on them, I am wondering if any such paints like these can help doing them up.
|12th February 2009, 14:53||#2|
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Depends purely on the existing finish of the alloy. If it's machine finish, forget about it. Normal paint finishes can be redone.
Search around on the forum, a thread on this already exists.
|12th February 2009, 15:07||#3|
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well i'd say paint your alloys to white or black this will give your alloys a new look and sporty too. and yes if its mahcined finished then its not possible.
i got my machine finished allys scratched and got them painted to MATT black.
here are the pics Alto LX my best buddy pics - monty9991's Photo Gallery - Team-BHP
|12th February 2009, 15:08||#4|
Join Date: Apr 2006
here is the relevant thread. hope you find what you are looking for here.
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