Baltazar Sáenz: Could you please make a video to show us how to dip offset wheels. Thanks in advance!
The Culinary Crossroads: LOVE the great vids! I have watch most of them!! Question, after dipping is there a time limit to start the rinse cycle or can the product sit awhile? THX!
Dhiren David: Hi Jim, I tried hydro dipping on my helmet. After dipping the helmet film becomes soapy and slippery. I washed it with cold water for long time!! should i maintain the temperature of water to washing it after dipping it.? firstname.lastname@example.org reply there please.
oJ0KA: Yea I get what your saying mate the cuts about 5mm deep and 4mm wide and it's the new scary clown 1 I'll just give it 1 more try and see how it looks thanks anyway mate
oJ0KA: Hi Jim thanks for the video I dipped my wheels yesterday but Iv got deep cut lines in my wheels so when I dipped it it don't go into the lines??? Should I hold it at more of a angle for it to go in the lines???? Thanks
SickBoy2601: Hi Jim. I dipped my wheels in CF and I have an issue. There seem to be litteraly hundreds of micro bubbles on my pattern that just washed away with the ink at rinsing. I dipped at a 30 degree angle or so then waited about 3 to 5 min before rinsing. Could this be an activator issue? Thank you very much and I learned from you alot Jim :)
Edward Carr: you should be an instructor, Ive learned alot from your hydrographic dipping videos. Good work
Joe “Nacho” canon: wow this worked awsome, i got lucky first wheel no air..wootwoot
Keewee: Hi Jim, I have some 12 inch wide rims off a drag car I want to dip, is it possible to dip a wheel with a 10 inch band? Cheers.
bitas kostas: Hello Jim.nice work.The rims that you dip is powder coated or is coated with normal auto paint?If i spray it with normal acrylic auto paint will there be a problem? Thanks for the nice video. Wait for your reply.Kostas Greece.
Jordan Wehrle: Hey Jim, just subscribed. Love your work and passion! I was wondering what the activator is comprised of? Any guesses?
Jim Urbano: Pick a film that doesn't distort as much as others...and don't expect miracles...
Jim Urbano: I would buy from Bryan at Liquid Concepts for now...but we will be offering our own brand of tanks very soon.
Scadders: Hey Jim, Hope you see this, where did you get your dipping tank from?
Great videos, very informative.
michelle kuruc: im having problems with my finished product. Sometimes when its dry it looks faded or sometimes it looks really thin. just wondered if you have advice. thank you xx
Jim Urbano: I don't know...I don't use clamps to put my film in the water.
Jim Urbano: You are most welcome.
dubbys: Thanks, Great Videos. I appreciate all the advice.
Jim Urbano: Yes.
dubbys: with a 2 sided rim, like a motorcycle rim obviously it matters on the pattern but would you tape off one side at a time?
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