No flex agent needed as the parts aren't subject to bending like a bumper is..YetAnother20V said:Since all these covers are plastic, do we need to add any flex agent in the paint?
<threadjack> Jesstzn, do you hang that tennis ball from the ceiling to avoid bumping into your garage wall? </threadjack>
I didn't paint the undersides .. If the plastic is sanded and prepped properly the paint won't flake .. Its not like the covers are a high abuse area.YetAnother20V said:OK, stupid question. All the guys who did, do you suggest painting the undersides of the engine bay covers too? Or just the top side? I ask because, at the edges, the paint will have more chance to flake if we do it on one side only.
If you are getting runs then more that likely you are holding the can to close to the piece and not moving evenly.EnjoyTheView said:how do manage a smooth paint job when using a spray can. Any time i have used spray paint, i get veins of paint running down the surface, is there a way to smooth it out?