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12-06-2003 11:38 PM
Dubz
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Originally posted by 4 Jaw Chuck
I once watched an auto dealer paint an engine with the nozzle and valve from a WD-40 can attached to a paint can, the long spray tube allowed him to get into the nooks and crannies, I thought it was a pretty good idea but have never done it myself. He used a piece of thin cardboard as a shield for components he didn't want painted, worked pretty well. Steam cleaning the engine will at least allow the paint to stick and get the major crud off.

Certainly do-able.
cool idea, i would have never thought of that, but my engine needs paint kinda bad, i'll have to try that
12-06-2003 11:26 PM
4 Jaw Chuck I once watched an auto dealer paint an engine with the nozzle and valve from a WD-40 can attached to a paint can, the long spray tube allowed him to get into the nooks and crannies, I thought it was a pretty good idea but have never done it myself. He used a piece of thin cardboard as a shield for components he didn't want painted, worked pretty well. Steam cleaning the engine will at least allow the paint to stick and get the major crud off.

Certainly do-able.
12-06-2003 10:04 PM
Echofive
painting my engine




Do you think i could paint the engine , still in the car? its looking pretty bad being 3 diffrent colors.... having that my room it shouldent be to hard right?


that link didnt work, but its still in my photo album

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