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    Wismec RX200 Bumblebee

    I got tired of the polished front & back cover, I went for the Bumblebee look, sanded and sprayed with 2 pack paint It should last.




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    That looks awesome! Looks like you fixed it again! Keep up the great work!
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    Thanks Laurie, I like tinkering with these mods but I'm not as adventurous as you...lol

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    Wow Laurie, I wish I had the time and patience to do the things you do.
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    That looks really nice. Nice work. Those things are so comfy in the hand too.
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    I've done the sums & it'll never fly ?!?
    Crackin' good vape though
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    How did you strip the finish? Paint stripper?

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    I'll guess it was sand paper or wet and dry...
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    Mm.. That's what I'd usually do. I thought there may have been an easier way.
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    Quote Originally Posted by gurishka View Post
    How did you strip the finish? Paint stripper?
    Paint stripper then a light sand before painting.
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