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Would it be possible to paintfill my rocketbladez tours?

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I've seen a paintfill for the regular rocketbladez irons, but they have a little cavity where the yellow is. Unlike the tour version, which is pretty much flat. As you can see in this picture. So

anyone with paintfilling experience, is this a doable job? I'd really like to fill it in red. I'm not a huge fan of the yellow, and red would match pretty much all my other gear. Thanks guys.

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I've seen a paintfill for the regular rocketbladez irons, but they have a little cavity where the yellow is. Unlike the tour version, which is pretty much flat. As you can see in this picture. So

anyone with paintfilling experience, is this a doable job? I'd really like to fill it in red. I'm not a huge fan of the yellow, and red would match pretty much all my other gear. Thanks guys.

Where do you want to add the paint? Where the yellow is? You could probably brush on some model paint or something.

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Often paintfills are done with nail varnish and acetone:

- Fill the area with nail varnish.
- Apply acetone to a piece of kitchen roll.
- Briskly rub the kitchen roll over the top of the nail varnish to remove any excess.

e.g.

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I'll second the nail polish.  Surely you know someone who uses red nail polish!  Don't know how long it will last, but probably worth a try.  Just looked at mine ... I don't see the back of the club at address so the yellow doesn't bother me at all.

dave

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Well these were the irons I was going to purchase from my pro, but I got fit yesterday just to make sure they were ok for me to use, and turns out they are completely wrong for me haha. I will be making a new thread on my fitting results and how I should go about getting new irons based on those results. I'll post the link here.

EDIT: Here is the link! http://thesandtrap.com/t/72689/got-fitted-now-to-find-irons-that-will-work-but-not-break-the-bank

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I paint fill all my clubs. I use the Sanford Uni-Paint markers. Do a test, on cardboard to check uniformity before applying.If you get some over flow on the club head...Just rub it out lightly with a dry stiff  Scotch-brite pad. Wallah..a perfectly paint filled item.

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You sure can, it's easy. Check out

what I did to mine :)

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