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naptownwake 03-09-2013 8:39 PM

painting speaker cans...
 
just checked out the plati-dip thread...but that looks like a matte finish.

am I best to just take em to a body shop? or is there a good DIY alternative.

I'd prefer a method where if I screw up...someone can undo it for me!

naptownwake 03-09-2013 8:40 PM

also, the cans are plastic...and chrome painted. they are the older, cylindrical titans that used to come stock on malibus...before they want to a more oval shape.

THANKS!

bass10after 03-09-2013 10:47 PM

for the price of the plastidip and the results i'd give it a shot on one of the speaker cans and see how it turns out if it was me. They also sell a gloss so the matte finish can be turned shiny if you prefer.

naptownwake 03-10-2013 9:43 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by bass10after (Post 1810511)
for the price of the plastidip and the results i'd give it a shot on one of the speaker cans and see how it turns out if it was me. They also sell a gloss so the matte finish can be turned shiny if you prefer.

ok, I might just give that a shot!

QuickVR4 03-11-2013 1:06 PM

I got a good deal on the close-out speakers that Wetsounds were offering (white only). Took them to a local body shop and they are spraying them gloss black for $50 to match my two existing Pro-60's. I love DIY's so I say go for it, but having them professionally painted is also an affordable option.

williamburell 03-12-2013 6:02 AM

I used rustoleum hammered with good results


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