Black looks best and I was hesitant on the grill but when all said and done looks alot better. Just have to do it every year by the doors and bumpers it chips from hitting/kicking snow off here in the northeast
Thx for your input and pics. Prob going black on the grill. The bumpers and cladding are Fusion Satin Black, I may try gloss black on the grill.
I think thatll look good. If you dont like the gloss take thinner to it and try flat black. I used restoleum semi flat so it was a bit of both gloss and flat. Also I am planning on doing roofrack/mirrors if you do that post pics I would like to see how it came out
Some great cladding pics here, like the semi-flat look. I'd like to try this, but don't want to make it an annual project because it comes off.
Any idea which one of these products is most durable???
I used to use Rustoleum BBQ Black on engines, headers, exhausts, and just general painting. It's between flat and gloss such that dirt doesn't stick and there is no gloss, just a slight sheen, and durable. Anyone used this?