Is it cold? If the cans cool down below 60F, you will get texture. Here's a video that shows how you can fix texturedid u use a rattle can? i did mine this weekend and they dont seem to be as smooth as yours are could u maybe do an up close picture of the rims straight on so i could look at it in more detail and maybe suggest better method of spraying? Cause im still getting texture in mine. supposedly if you get some mother instant detail and 2000 grit sand paper and wet sand you can get it smooth. ur thoughts on this?
Yeah, that's me@dew111 i see you are the guy with those electric green rims if i am not wrong. Did u get texture on your rims or did you use thinner as well? i was thinking of wet sanding as it looking like if you use enough lubricant it wont rip cause my entire rim is texture like an orange almost. I read that thinner will give you streaks in if just rubbed on. So i just thought wet sanding would be an alternative. Let me know what you did with yours as i can see your dips where pretty smooth.
I did the rims while on the car. Just make sure you mask off the brakes with a plastic garbage bag. And it's a good idea to move back and forth a few feet between coats to rotate the wheels. This allows you to see more of the wheel and hopefully avoid any bare spots. Just make sure to check the masking bags after moving the car and straighten them if they have bunched up. When you put the bags in, make sure they are loose around the brakes so they don't get caught in the calipers when you move the car.jmazda2014/dew111: Did you spray your rims on or off the car?