Has anyone ever painted there grill? If so is there a link to what you followed? I have painted my bow ties so I am fimiliar with the whole paint process. I am stumped on either removing the grill completely and doing it that way or just tape real good around it and paint it while its on. What are your guys thoughts!?
Remove bumper and it wants to fall to the ground face down, which is how you'll see the screws. (Been a while but pretty sure there are 8.) Easy to access and makes it so you don't have to tape off anything and get parting lines or any other problems like that.
I've had several people look at the results on my grilles and they thought they were factory! I'm nowhere near a professional painter - more like a professional glopper - and they turned out this good. If I can do it you can, too! Not a cliche this time - it really is that easy.
'11 LTZ, born Aug 2010, Fairfax, KS
V6/A6, Red Jewel Tintcoat / Cocoa-Cashmere, Sunroof
Cool Mods: Drop-in K&N air filter; 20% tint, DRLs on turn signals,
Painted grilles, 1-wipe washer, WeatherTech mats, CHMSL Pulser
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