Refinish help...

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teeituphighteeituphigh Head Professional - Hastings Golf Club, NZHastings, New ZealandMembers  1215WRX Points: 133Posts: 1,215 Platinum Tees
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Ok...so....I want to flame my Studio Select Squareback and repaint it after.

I have done a select already but wasnt happy with how the paint worked but after reading on this site i have seen that some people are using paint pens. Can someone post a picture of the ones that they have used so i can try and locate some here in lil' old New Zealand!

Also, will a standard butane torch work to torch the putter?



Cheers for the help!
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  • MizunoBobMizunoBob Members  4WRX Points: 0Posts: 4
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    Hi...

    I use Markal paint pens to fill in lettering, etc. They have a website: markal.com (Ping uses these to fill in the lie colors I believe). Many retail outlets carry the pens as well.



    I use powder painting to paint the club heads - makes a nice even coat.



    Regards,

    Bob
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  • SterlingSterling Members  187WRX Points: 0Posts: 187
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    When Torching, I use a propane torch. Works very well and only takes about 15 minuets.
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  • raddawgraddawg Members  312WRX Points: 0Posts: 312
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    After you torch it, do you let it cool naturally or cool it quickly with water?
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  • lewis901lewis901 Members  34WRX Points: 0Posts: 34
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    there are a few things you can do aftr torching it for about 15 mins, you can quench it which is soak it cold water quickly and it will have a nice turn out or if you want to go darker, you can spray some WD-40 on it and it turns a darker colour.. when u spray with with this or soak it, make sure you wipe off all the excess water or oil so you dont get spots i just did my circa with a bit of WD-40 and it turned out amazing! hope this helps
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