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Originally posted by taz77 just a general purpose paint should be good enough but i don't know how well the withstand the rocks and debris from the road. why not just replace the wiper blade?
i had a similar thought, my sister just got a 95 DX and hers are like that. how much it would be to get whole new wiper blades? i would think if you just used regular paint, it wouldn't handle the debris well at all
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Painted mine a copule of different times over the years... took the original arms off the car, sanded them down, primed em with several lite coats, painted them with several more lite coats and them clear coated em
mine faded too. For a quick fix I did a couple coats of black paint that I had used for my trim ( that's what it was meant for). I know that can't be the best way. But so far so good. It's been probably 8 months or so since I did it and only now did I notice a little chipping. And I didnt use any primer or clear coat. I imagine if I did, I wouldn't have any problems.
Originally posted by KoolAsian I'm not talking about the blade, i'm talking about the the thingie attached to the blade and the car that makes it move and go swish swish
oops! i knew it couldn't be that easy
well... there's always those bedliner paints that you can get at an auto parts store. if those bedliners can withstand having stuff dropped on it, scraping it, etc... it should be able to withstand some debris and bugs off the road. i forgot how much they cost for a small can though... not too much
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