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Hey everyone!

I have two wheels on my Civic, I don't know what type of paint/coat is on my rims but it is wearing/chipping off on the edges. One of the marks on the wheel is from me as I scuffed it a few weeks ago, but would plastidip be the best way to cover this up or is there something else that works better?

Thanks!

-Chach

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A nice thing about plastidip is that it is so easy to work with. It's very forgiving of overspray and uneven surfaces.
 

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Why not get them professionally painted? There's a place in my town that repairs and paints wheels and they come out like new.
 

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Why not get them professionally painted? There's a place in my town that repairs and paints wheels and they come out like new.
That?s exactly what I did with a damaged rim on My SI.Looked like new when done so I had the other three done.
 

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Why not get them professionally painted? There's a place in my town that repairs and paints wheels and they come out like new.
Because when you inevitably curb one again you're gonna feel like a complete nirsubhrthead having spent that money for essentially nothing. Plus, some of us like doing things ourselves.
 

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That?s exactly what I did with a damaged rim on My SI.Looked like new when done so I had the other three done.
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