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 :)
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.
Edward Carr: you should be an instructor, Ive learned alot from your hydrographic
dipping videos. Good work
Joe canon: wow this worked awsome, i got lucky first wheel no air..wootwoot
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?
mudjug1: You should be wearing a mudjug shirt in these vids Jimmy!
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
Powershift: Another GREAT video, Jim. THANK YOU for posting!!
Jim Urbano: @metroidTamer010 We do not decorate any firearms but all firearms need to
be disassembled to be decorated.
Jim Urbano: @cannie1130 Your going to have to experiment with those auto paints. I know
some guys that use them and have success. Auto clear coat is what most of
us already use and it will not hurt the print.
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?
gotshirts2ink: cool No finished product!
Jim Urbano: Pick a film that doesn't distort as much as others...and don't expect
Fenner408: Jim, what would be the best way to tackle a wheel with a good size
metroidTamer010: Would it be possible to have the upper and lower recievers of an ar-15 be
"painted" in flat dark earth? Would I have to take the rifle apart or could
tape be put around the rest of the rifle?
xkain666: Hello, j have a question how make you to cover the wheel rims of
motorcycle? Thank you
xkain666: @k2concepts Very THANK YOU ,you are the best Jim
xkain666: sorry bad translate :( How do you make for covering completely a wheel of
Jim Urbano: You are most welcome.
dubbys: Thanks, Great Videos. I appreciate all the advice.
Jim Urbano: I don't know...I don't use clamps to put my film in the water.
Jim Urbano: @xkain666 Same way I guess?...I don't understand the question...sorry...
firebirdjimbo: great work! looks good
Jim Urbano: Yes.
rockport101: Jim have you ever seen banded steel wheels? if so how would you go about
dipping them? Cheers
Scadders: Hey Jim, Hope you see this, where did you get your dipping tank from? Great
videos, very informative.
MrKevindent: hey jim im in uk and been looking for the clamps that you can use to hold
the film as your putting it in the water. any idea what there called or
where to get from. thanks kevin
Jim Urbano: I would buy from Bryan at Liquid Concepts for now...but we will be offering
our own brand of tanks very soon.
cannie1130: HELLO BROTHER TELL ME 'DO I NEED TO USE AND SPECIAL BASE COAT AND CLEAR
COAT ? OR CAN I USE THE BASE COAT AND CLEAR COAT FROM THE PAINT SHOP HERE
IN JAMAICA? WILL USING ANY CLEAR COAT DAMAGE THE HYDRO-PATTERN? THANK YOU
BRO. YOU'R A EXCELLENT TEACHER I LEARN ALOT FROM YOUR VIDEOS.
Jim Urbano: @xkain666 I would dip half the wheel and then the other half.
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