Looking for someone to spray spoiler etc in Edmonton area

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  1. David Smith

    David Smith New Member

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    Hey guys,

    So the wife's car arrived this week and I have a few parts I'd like to get sprayed so I can put them on. No hurry just whenever someone can do it. Maybe over the winter if that works? The colour is called Shining Red. I have:

    1) new rear spoiler
    2) new front/rear lip
    3) new side spoilers

    In addition I'd like to pull the mirrors off the car and have them sprayed as they clearcoat has faded.

    Wondering if anyone in the Edmonton area is available to do the base/clear? It's been many moons since I sprayed and I no longer have the space or equipment to do it :(

    Next... strut bar and exhaust :)

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  2. tperkins

    tperkins Devout AYC Disciple

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    Go park that thing beside something so I can see the scale.
     
  3. OGHalo

    OGHalo New Member

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    Unless there's actually clear coat damage on the mirrors, you might be able to buff the faded paint with some compound, polish and then wax to protect it, if it can be saved
     
  4. David Smith

    David Smith New Member

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    lol here it is beside my F150... IMG_3442.jpg
     
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  5. David Smith

    David Smith New Member

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    thx OGHalo. Unfortunately the clear appears to be worn away. I did try my orbital with Menzerna Intensive Polish to no avail.
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  6. OGHalo

    OGHalo New Member

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    Dam sorry to heard, Idk if you tried Meguiar's Ultimate Compound, it's good for Oxidation, Swirl Marks, Water Spots and Scratches Remover, I've used it before but not on faded paint yet.