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BMW Dealers sell the correct paints in aerosol.... (archive)

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Posted by Derin on January 15, 2002 at 05:30:03:

In Reply to: The wurth paints are very good also... posted by RandyM3/M5 on January 15, 2002 at 05:11:09:

....I think they may actually be made for them by Wurth....And they are really not very expensive. I bought some in large aerosol cans when I re-did the wheels of my E28 M535i.

I then used a few light coats of clear lacquer (top coat) over this. One word of advice: Let the silver dry REALLY well before applying any clear coat. I found that if I did it too soon it somehow 'solubalised' the surace of the silver paint and made it appear a slightly darker shade..not an unpleasant shade but if you want the colour to stay true to the 'brighter' silver intended I'd leave it at least overnight.

Goodd luck.




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