|08-12-2007 12:51 PM|
|Jma20a||thanks for the sticky, helped a lot. i'll post some pics when i am done.|
|08-10-2007 03:31 PM|
Here is a sticky about that.....
|08-10-2007 01:40 PM|
When I got my Jeep I thought the same thing and didn't like the faded look. However, I decided to experiment before I painted and I lucked out.
I used the generic "Tire Shine" from Auto Zone and it really looked good. Basically, I sprayed it on a rag and applied it generously to the flares being very careful not to touch the paint. I did this 3 months ago and it still looks good today despite a dozen carwashes and rainstorms.
I'm so convinced I decided not to paint them.
|08-10-2007 12:56 PM|
|dwdrums801||if you have any scraches then sand it and clean it with something|
|08-10-2007 12:07 PM|
|ookxtreme||krylon fusion satin black worked great for me!! just prep/clean and your good to go.......|
|08-10-2007 12:05 PM|
|Walkeraviator||Krylon Fusion paint in satin black.... you can find it at the Evil Empire (walmart). No sanding involved... Just clean em with soap ad water, then again with mineral spirits, and spray.|
|08-10-2007 12:02 PM|
painting fender flares
i have a '99 wrangler and the fender flares are fading, i have heard of painting them. what do i need to know to do it myself. do i need to sand them? type of paint that works best?