Thread: MC Valve covers
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Old 07-25-2012, 11:46 PM
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Originally Posted by tph View Post
Peter, This is what worked for me:

Apply a good coat of paint to everything (not too thin) and use a hairdryer to evenly heat the paint to it's wrinkled finish. If the paint is too thin, it stays fairly glossy and doesn't wrinkle very well. I hope it goes well for you. Please post some pics.
I just sat down with the To Do List that needs to get done before I leave for a weeks vacation in August..........I might not get to the valve covers until after. Definitely on the list though. Thanks for the tips.

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Originally Posted by Bouyhead View Post
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