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Hi can anyone on here recommend somewhere I can get my lid repainted? I have an aria tour x 4 and I want it repainted in pink.

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Deleted Member @ 07/10/2019 13:26  

Have you thought about hydro dipping? Check it out on YouTube.

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Kawasakibill @ 07/10/2019 23:30  

My pal Colin at Anarchy Airbrushing; he started with ice hockey goalie masks but would now even paint your bike!
Mind you, he's up here in Scotland.

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izzyhill @ 09/10/2019 19:57  



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Have you thought about hydro dipping? Check it out on YouTube.

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Deleted Member @ 09/10/2019 20:49  


Never heard of that
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Deleted Member @ 09/10/2019 20:49  


It seems everything I need is in Scotland. Including one guy on here who I really like
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My pal Colin at Anarchy Airbrushing; he started with ice hockey goalie masks but would now even paint your bike!
Mind you, he's up here in Scotland.

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Deleted Member @ 09/10/2019 20:51  

Exercise extreme caution when considering painting helmets as many paints contain chemicals which will make the plastic content of helmet shells change character and become brittle and be prone to cracking.
Most acrylic paints are quite safe but will probably need a clear sealer to protect.

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gbear @ 09/10/2019 23:45  

Why not try one of those furry covers that are faces? Cheaper and easier than painting 😁

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Jollyrambler @ 10/10/2019 02:00  


Thanks for that info. Just wanted to add some pink to make it a bit more girly.
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Exercise extreme caution when considering painting helmets as many paints contain chemicals which will make the plastic content of helmet shells change character and become brittle and be prone to cracking.
Most acrylic paints are quite safe but will probably need a clear sealer to protect.

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Deleted Member @ 10/10/2019 05:13  

Pink?!?!?!??? .... Girly ??!?!?!
**Runs away screaming**😵😵😱😱😱


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Lindsay @ 10/10/2019 12:07  

Trying putting Hydrographics into Google and then check out images...

There is some amazing stuff out there.

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Lindsay @ 10/10/2019 12:17  

Hi
Check out
airbrushjet.com/
V reasonable custom jobs.
airbrushjet.com/photo/helmets/airbrushed...5-0-781
Mine.
Ps I'm not on any commission or anything just a v happy customer.
Kracken

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Kracken @ 28/10/2019 19:41  

Deb, I'm in Poole, gimme a little while and I'll post some details of someone down this way :-)

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Cornholio @ 28/10/2019 22:40  

I was gonna say AiryArts Airbrush Studio, 22 Haviland Road, Wimborne Minster, BH21 7RG. Oh well that's another one down the pan. LOL

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Cornholio @ 29/10/2019 10:33  

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