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sirnoob

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About sirnoob

  • Rank
    1st Gear
  • Birthday 25/03/1993

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    shepton mallet
  • Model
    gen 7
  1. Happy Birthday sirnoob!

  2. Happy Birthday sirnoob!

  3. from my experience when my quarter panel was keyed down i found this helped hide it but it still stood out quite proud. Annoyingly if it goes wrong using the touch up kit, i.e. it's not as good as you think it'll turn out then it means its much harder to repair after (i ended up getting the quarter panel resprayed). This looks like its down to the metal almost so i'm guessing it wont do the job
  4. oh wow haha she really woke up on the wrong side of bed. i dont get the hairdresser comment luckily but my friends saw a review for this car and well, the reviewer doesnt think its bad but constantly keeps going back to it being a womens car. Sadly it was a mistake showing people that for a laugh..
  5. whole panel probably, blending it usually ends up being a visible difference (even if only a little), i'd say when it comes to paint, if you want something like that fixed you need to do a proper job or it'll come back and bite you on the ass
  6. A little low on money at the moment so i figured an unusual place to clean would kill some of the day off and wow was i surprised, i didn't even know my exhaust looked like this. i knew it was very dirty (no picture but it just looked all black and sooty) look at the car overall and i didn't really notice it much but up close and yuck! anyway, here's a couple pictures of mid way cleaning and the finished job on just a plain 140 standard exhaust. BEFORE AFTER I dont think the pics justify it completely but i was amazed how much a little degreaser, an old cloth and some steel wool with a lot of elbow grease can do, i can actually see myself in it now!
  7. so, i've just cleaned, sanded, degreased and primed with about 4-5 thin coats while lightly wiping over each coat after its dried to get any crap off it from in the shed. got to wait until tomorrow to put the colour and clear coat/laquer on and well yeah, any tips for doing that? i know to do plenty of thin coats instead of spaying willey-nilley and to wipe it down with soapy water again once the primer has fully dried but thats about it might sound a bit of a nooby question but i've never painted anything of any sort since primary school..
  8. Welcome to Celica Club UK sirnoob :)

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