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GrimmSpeed Touch Up Paint World Rally Blue
MODEL # GRM 054002
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0 of 1 people found the following review helpfulIt's pain in a can. It works! 2 years ago
5out of 5starssubarman
It sprays paint when it comes out. What'll they think of next? Seriously though, it matches the 02C body color perfectly, although you'll notice a slight difference from areas you just sprayed vs factory-painted areas on the car unless you prime and/or clearcoat where you worked. I recommend at least getting a good clearcoat or some type of protective layer on top of it.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpfulRattle-can bliss! 2 years ago
5out of 5starsYosemite WRX
My friend who grew up working in body shops, 40+ years of experience, fixed a dent and then painted the whole left rear quarter panel of my '02 WRX wagon using this paint and the clear coat. He was very impressed with the paint, the color is very very close. It dries fast which made it a little tricky, and it looked mottled at first but after sitting for a few hours, that went away. It should look even better after it gets rubbed and polished. Good stuff!
0 of 1 people found the following review helpfulPerfect match. 4 years ago
5out of 5starsdlewis1
Needed rally blue for 2009 WRX touch up. The match was perfect.
0 of 2 people found the following review helpfulGrimmspeed and RSD would you expect anything defferent 4 years ago
5out of 5starsRlama
Have yet to use but expect only the best from grimmspeed. As always excellent service and crazy fast shipping for RSD.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpfulImpressive 5 years ago
5out of 5starsBedfordBugeye
Purchased two cans (rather have too much than too little) for a new hood scoop I had purchased. After all the prep work was done, I laid on about 5 coats of this paint, followed by 4+ coats of clear. The color is a better match than the hood scoop I took off was! Be careful as you spray, because it can come out a little blotchy if you're not. All in all, good product, and a hell of a lot cheaper than a real paint job. Definitely recommended for smaller add-on pieces.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpfulPerfect Match For DIY Painting 5 years ago
5out of 5starsWagonWheeler
Purchased 4 cans for painting the sideskirts on my WRB WRX. I pulled the sideskits, cleaned the crap out of them, then wetsanded with a high grit sand paper (can't remember the exact grit but you can find instruction on the forums). After that I used some adhesion promoter and filler primer on the sideskirts, waited for that to try, lighly sanded again to remove any imperfections then began with the Grimmspeed touch-up paint. Note: I would definitely recommend a trigger handle grip for any rattle can job, but especially for this paint. They can be had at any home improvement store and most auto parts stores for ~$5 and made the job much easier and more precise. The whole process took about 3 hours, with the actual painting being about an hour of that time. The blue is very close to WRB, even on my 12 year old WRX. Also for DIY jobs it can't be beat for the price. The paint comes out HEAVY, and needs to be shaken very well before every coat. Applying even coats was easy enough wiht the trigger grip, and even with a few heavy spots it came out pretty even. After a couple of clear coats 3 days later the side skits look great on the car. They match well enough, and you can't even tell they weren't painted like that from the factory unless you get within 6 inches of where the sideskits meet the car. Overall a good product, especially considering the alternatives.
0 of 1 people found the following review helpfulHorrible Nozzle 1 year ago
3out of 5starsLogan
I had a small paint chip on the hood scoop on my 2004 STi. This stuff has great reviews and seemed to be well worth the price. So I purchased some, took my hood scoop off, cleaned it all up and sanded around the chipped paint. Popped the cap off of this stuff, gave it a good shake and shot some of it onto some cardboard. It came out in a clumpy mist. I inspected the nozzle, shook it up some more and gave it another shot... same result. If this were my first time spray painting something, well maybe it's just me being dumb. But I mean, spray paint isn't very complicated. You pop it open and fire away. The paint that comes out looks to be very nice though. It was very glossy and looked great. Matched the WRB very well. However, the can is horrible or maybe I just got a bad one. So in the end, I cleaned the nozzle as well as I could and got it to spray somewhat reasonably and went ahead and sprayed the corner of the hood scoop. Half way through the first spray, something happened and it sputtered and shot little pieces of paint all over my scoop. From a distance it looks fine, but seeing the corner from my drivers seat is infuriating. Just looks like crap. I'll probably just order an oem scoop or try to find some better paint to get it taken care of. Just beware, the paint is good, but the spray can is the worst that I have ever used.