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I use the air craft stripper to strip the paint from my wheels then I spray paint it using dupicolor wheel paint and the paint wont stick, and turns powdery....HELP PLEASE!!! this is the second time this happened to me and first time it happened i thought it was bad paint! HELP!!
 

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hamadiscool said:
ANYONE !?!

the only tjhing i can say,

is did you sand it down by hand??? give it a surface to ahere to?


if you did...you can go to the local autozone and pick up a can of spraypaint adhesive. its a can of glue that you spray on a surface before you spray paint it with paint.

i used this method on my front grille and it looks good. now after 2 years i have a couple of dings and nicks but its a grill on a daily driver.
 

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Randomhero said:
the only tjhing i can say,

is did you sand it down by hand??? give it a surface to ahere to?


if you did...you can go to the local autozone and pick up a can of spraypaint adhesive. its a can of glue that you spray on a surface before you spray paint it with paint.

i used this method on my front grille and it looks good. now after 2 years i have a couple of dings and nicks but its a grill on a daily driver.
yup.

i do this everyday in the Navy. need to sand it. then use some dish soap. an wash the rims. let them dry. youll be good. promise. :)
 
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