Heading

99% of our paints are easy and very simple to apply for a proper match. The three following paints are different. These paints require special applications to get the correct match. 

When any of the three paints arrive, remove from box and turn upside down onto its lid.  Allow to sit for 30 - 60 minutes to distribute the metallic to the rest of the bottle.  After this shake as directed below.

Special Procedures for applying silver touch-up paint

Practice procedure on wood, cardboard or metal before applying to club

 

1. Shake very well until properly mixed and mixing balls are a dominate sound

 

2. Remove brush and wipe off stem and bristles with paper towel

 

3. Dip bristles into bottle and thinly coat with paint.

 

4. Apply thin coat by stroking ONE way, do not go backward over applied silver. (this will darken the finish and change the match)

 

5. Allow to dry and repeat 1-4 above

 

6. You may choose to lightly smooth between coats with a fine wet and dry sandpaper (600-1000 grit), or a fine steel wool.

 

6. You may choose to lightly smooth between coats with a fine wet and dry sandpaper (600-1000 grit), or a fine steel wool.


7. Apply the necessary coats to fill the scratches and chips. DO NOT hurry application

MATTE BLACK

Practice procedure on wood, cardboard or metal before applying to club

1. Shake very well until properly mixed and mixing balls are a dominate sound

2. Remove brush and wipe off stem and bristles with paper towel

3. Dip bristles into bottle and thinly coat with paint.

4. Practice coating a thin coat until desired match is accomplished. NOTE: Heavier you apply, the darker and shinner the finish will be. The formula is correct, but requires the right amount of paint for proper match. You can not puddle this paint and get a correct match.

5. Allow to dry and repeat 1-4 above

6. You may choose to lightly smooth between coats with a fine wet and dry sandpaper (600-1000 grit), or a fine steel wool.

7. Apply the necessary coats to fill the scratches and chips. DO NOT hurry application

 

Nike Covert Red

This is a high metallic mixture of tri-color paints which will change colors if NOT applied correctly. Do not put on heavy, or too much at one time which will cause the paint to dry dark. Apply one direction only. Do not back across applied paint. Apply thin coats only and allow to dry before applying additional coats. SHAKE VERY WELL before application. Follow below directions.  Procedure #1 is CRITICAL!!!!

Practice procedure on wood, cardboard or metal before applying to club. Practice procedure until match is the same as club.

1. Shake very well until properly mixed and mixing balls are a dominate sound.  Turn upside down and notice color in bottom of bottle.  This will usually be a orange metallic  You need to shake until this color is the same as the red in the rest of the bottle.  The turning of color will usually start in the middle of the bottom of bottle and slowly spread through-out the entire bottle after shaking.  It may take as long as 5 minutes and opening the top a few times, relieving the pressure inside for easier mixing. 

2. Remove brush and wipe off stem and bristles with paper towel

3. Dip bristles into bottle and thinly coat with paint.

4. Apply thin coat by stroking ONE way, do not go backward over applied paint. (this will darken the finish and change the match)

5. Allow to dry and repeat 1-4 above

6. You may choose to lightly smooth between coats with a fine wet and dry sandpaper (600-1000 grit), or a fine steel wool.

7. Apply the necessary coats to fill the scratches and chips. DO NOT hurry application

Print Print | Sitemap
"The Worlds' Premier of Golf Club Touch-up Paint"