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How does one go about painting outline white letters on tires? The tires I have are rubber with "GOODYEAR WINGFOOT" in raised outlines and do not sit in an area on the sidewall that would make the foam plate method a viable option. Perhaps a sponge eyeliner applicator would work?
Any help or tips would be greatly appreciated
It's GONNA Happen!
This was in the "Painting and bodywork" forum...
"In order to teach a dog, you must first be smarter than the dog" P.R. Ferguson
Thank you, BTD. I need to start venturing into other forums besides just the two that I enjoy. Now I feel like a newbie.
Get a white Gelly Roll pen at Michaels. I think you'll find it is very simple!
If you cannot have a good time, what kinda time can you have? JR
Next on the bench: 70 Hemi 'Cuda (when I get it), 1955 Ford F-100 Street Rod, 1955 Chevy (opening door older issue) 2010 Mustang GT Convertible Snap-Tite with my Grandson), probably not in this order.
Jus make sure that the Jell pen has washable ink. The non washables have an oil base which won't dry on vynil tires . . Ed Shaver
See ya on the road folks