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    This has probably been asked a million times, but im thinking of colour coding my mudflaps but upon close inspection the surface isnt smooth, they have a speckled effect. Can they be colour coded with a smooth finish like the rest of the car??? Or am i going to have to buy some with a smooth surface???

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    You could flat them back mate. Should have done this with my splitter. Sand paper and a bit of elbow.

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    Hi build primer will help as well.. several generous coats and then, as rushy said, just flat it back....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gsi3.2 View Post
    Hi build primer will help as well.. several generous coats and then, as rushy said, just flat it back....
    If its metallic, just high prime, paint and just add extra coats of clearcoat to build the finish up smooth.

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