I'm sick of this CRAP. I'm just gonna sand it down to the metal and give it a clear coat and be DONE with it.
lazarus2405 wrote:You could try taking it to an auto body shop. They'd fix it up really nice. Dunno what it would cost, but ti can't hurt to ask.
Link wrote:Hope the bearings are at least semi-liquid proof. I couldn't get them out of the sideplates. They're partially resting in the stuff.
lawsonuw wrote:When I popped mine open the bearings had seals. (http://endless-sphere.com/forums/viewtopic.php?f=6&t=3527) So unless the paint remover is melting the seals you should be fine.
Drunkskunk wrote:Since you're painting for outdoor use, try a paint called "Hammerite" Its the hardest finish of any spraypaint out there, and hold up realy well, but its slightly metalic and leaves a strange textured finish. Looks good, just not smooth.
An alternitive is to go with automotive touchup paint. Get the same brand for both the base and the clear, because cross brand mixing will often cause the base cote to melt.
lazarus2405 wrote: This thread needs pictures.
Get a USB webcam and a long-ass USB cable.
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