How to remove Action Paint (simple)September 19, 2018
We painted a TankSeptember 21, 2018
Action Paint has a fantastic advantage in that it allows crazy projects to be undertaken because if you make a mistake or the result is naff... no problem. Just remove and either start again or give up.
The problem: We were given a dash camera but it was silver and really stood out in the windscreen. I didn't like it.
We decided to use Action Paint, provided by RENU, to completely recolour the dashcam. Action Paint is an extremely high quality, and long-lasting spray paint which is compatible with many surfaces and materials, which also has an amazing feature to offer… it is 100% removable. In addition, Action Paint does not harm/damage the surface underneath.
Firstly, I prepared the dashcam for the repaint, where I covered the lens, screen, microphone and other important parts of the camera. (shown in the images below)
For the project, I decided the Matt Black variant of Action Paint, one of the many amazing colours of the Action Paint range.
Next, I started respraying the camera itself. (shown in the images below)
Finally, I removed the masking tape protecting the screen etc, and I was blown away. The quality of the finish was amazing. Here are a few images showing the end result and comparing the before and after images.
NOTE: I would never, ever ever had contemplated doing this project if it wasn't for the confidence Action Paint gives with an undo option!
The beauty or Action Paint is the fact that you can UNDO meant we could give