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This is a discussion on Grimmspeed WRB Spray Paint Cans? within the Exterior & Appearance forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; I'm planning on ordering 3 cans of the WRB spray paint cans from Grimmspeed. I want to paint my side ...

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    Grimmspeed WRB Spray Paint Cans?

    I'm planning on ordering 3 cans of the WRB spray paint cans from Grimmspeed. I want to paint my side skirts on my 2003 WRX which are the black plastic. I was wondering what are the recommended products to use in terms of primer, adhesion promoter, and clear coat? Also, what is the best method for painting the side skirts.

    I was also curious how touching up would work with this paint? I have a few scratches on my car, in the front bumper, rear bumper, small ones on the fender and doors. How would I go about with that?

    Any help will greatly be appreciated! Thanks!
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    Not sure on the other stuff...but if you have scratchs, I'd more or less spray it onto a piece of cardboard or a little container and use a fine brush to apply to the scratches.

    I think you'd probably benefit with a quick Youtube search to see vids of good techniques for rattle can paint jobs.
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    It pobably wont touch up perfectly. 10 year old paint has likely faded some. Just something to consider.
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