Painting The Wheel Center Cap
My stock rims are being powder coated gloss-black right now and i want to paint the center caps to match the rims.
What kind of paint would be best? automotive paint? "wheel paint"? idk
& if i put clear coat after the paint, would this make it glossier or it will just protect it?
thanks for the help.
2010 Mazda 3i Black Mica.
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Last edited by helruiz; 02-09-2011 at 03:18 AM.
those are plastic and best thing do to is use plastic paints like krylon or rust o leum
do not use duplicolor wheel paint CLEAR since i had a problem where it came out beige on top of my graphite wheel color.
i used rust o leum clear coat and it was perfect.
the rest of the wheel i use duplicolor graphite and rust-o-leum clear coat based (not duplicolor clear coat)
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