Like this ? Red color is darker than photo!
That sounds like alot of work to put the car up on blocks. I guess if you're gonna do it, do it right.From what i have heard, since i plan on doig that myself, is to take off the wheels, lay them down, and poor in an a acrylic paint, and wait to dry, since it is off the vehicle and flat it is supposed to to dry flat and no bumps and lines, of course this is what i've been told, i could be talking out of my ass
You know I think it will. It's acrylic, and solvent based, just like regular paint. Worse comes to worse, I will just use some polish remover and do it again.will nail polish hold up to the weather?
asking cause i really dunno, dont wear it myself
Hmmmmm.... Lining brush........ I have some slightly more manly artist brushes I was going to use. But some of the other guys might want to go the "Lining Brush" Route. I'm much too Hank Hill to go the sally's beauty supply route.never painted that on wheels myself but, if your going with the acrylic nail polish the pour method might/might not work, some nail polishes may not run that easily but give it a try, it'll probably get the job done. as for the outline you want you could use a thin "lining brush" you can find it at a beauty supply shop (do you have a sally's near you?) it's a really thin firm brush used for making lines on acrylic nails and designs and stuff... but if you have a fairly steady hand it could be used to make your outline with great results I'm sure... Good luck, post pics afterwards.
My wife (who is into graphic's) did mine. It's 900 degree caliper paint.
Took the wheel off to do the calipers and then she did the SRT freehand with the same paint! Been on there over a year with no chipping or cracking!
Plasti-Kote CP251 caliper paint. Glad you like it!