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Anybody have any good ideas for paint fill? Trying to get my Bettinardi Queen Bee #6 to have red white and blue and last time I tried the blue on it it looked too wavy.

 

 

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Testors enamel paint has always worked best for me. You can pick it up from Michael's stores or online for cheap.

 

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I want my full bag to be red white and blue and I'm using testors currently for my irons and it's working well but for my putter there is a long thick line on it and I want it to be smooth. The first time I did it it was kinda wavy so I want to redo it

 

 

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I want my full bag to be red white and blue and I'm using testors currently for my irons and it's working well but for my putter there is a long thick line on it and I want it to be smooth. The first time I did it it was kinda wavy so I want to redo it

 

 

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Are you using a needle tip applicator? You don't need much paint at all for alignment lines to look good. Only other suggestion I would try is getting acrylic paint pens and doing a couple light passes and then wiping away the excess after it has fully dried with some nail polish remover

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I want my full bag to be red white and blue and I'm using testors currently for my irons and it's working well but for my putter there is a long thick line on it and I want it to be smooth. The first time I did it it was kinda wavy so I want to redo it

 

 

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Are you removing the stock paintfill? If not I would suggest wiping the area with a cotton ball or qtip with a tiny bit of rubbing alcohol on it. Let it dry then apply the testors. Might have to do two or three "coats" depending on deep the line is you're filling.

 

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Anybody have any good ideas for paint fill? Trying to get my Bettinardi Queen Bee #6 to have red white and blue and last time I tried the blue on it it looked too wavy.

 

 

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It's hard to really see the detail but I did these irons all in Testers Royal Blue Enamel. I used finger nail polish remover with Q-tips to remove the excess paint. It took two to three coats to get full coverage.

 

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Didn't see the need to start my own thread on this, so I searched and landed on this one to revive.

Used the down-time today to do a little paint fill on my wedges. Nothing spectacular, but it seemed to turn out nice.

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Thanks guys! They probably need a little refinement, but my main goal what to fill in the numbers to add a little flair and personality, but mostly so I can see them better...👁️

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Somebody would have to be looking a lot closer than they should be if they are able to see the flaws in those.  I think they look great.

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