But before you start, please keep safety in mind. Always make sure the handbrake is engaged or use a brick, tyre stopper before you jack the car up and make sure you jack the car on a flat surface.
- 3 tonne jack stand (1 pair at least.. but if you have 2 pairs, even better
- 2 cans of Hi temperature paint
- 3 cans of paint (colour of your choice)
- High pressure water jet.
- 2 decks of playing cards (i'll explain on this later)
- Sanding paper
- Paint remover
- metal brush (berus dawai)
- other items related to removing the tires from the car.
somewhere around 8 or 9pm, Fabian came over with some food. We were so caught up and excited with the project, till we forgotten to eat. And not long after that, Raihanah came to chill for a while.
The makan buddies came to help out with the rims. And yes that a lady in the blue t-shirt.
So the next morning (Saturday) we started jacking up the car around 9am, removed all the wheels and started wet sanding. The purpose of wet sanding here is to remove the tiny bits of paints that was still on the rims and after the sanding, wash the wheels with dish washing detergent.
Put the rims under the sun to dry it up and let the sun to heat up the rims. the paint dries faster this way.