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Old 13-06-2017, 04:23 PM   #1
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Gyeon Rim on freshly painted rims

Hey Rich or PB crew.

I posted this on the Gyeon forum, but no response, so thought I'd try you guys instead.

I'm having my wheels painted and I'd like to seal them using the Gyeon Rim pack I purchased from PB recently.

Is there any information about how soon I can apply it to a recently painted surface?

I don't want to **** up the freshly painted wheels by applying it too soon after painting.

Thanks!

Matt
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Hi Matt, as long as the bodyshop force cure the fresh paint in the usual way (baking under IR lamps or in an oven) then it's safe to apply it immediately. However, if no force curing is being performed, then you'd be wise to wait a month or two to allow natural curing to occur. However, note that it's highly unusual for bodyshops not to force cure fresh paint these days, so there's a very high probability that you won't have to wait. Check with your bodyshop and go from there.
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Hi Matt, as long as the bodyshop force cure the fresh paint in the usual way (baking under IR lamps or in an oven) then it's safe to apply it immediately. However, if no force curing is being performed, then you'd be wise to wait a month or two to allow natural curing to occur. However, note that it's highly unusual for bodyshops not to force cure fresh paint these days, so there's a very high probability that you won't have to wait. Check with your bodyshop and go from there.
Cool. They'll be baked so that's perfect.

Thanks Rich!
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