DIY Paintfill

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By brian f

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  1. brian f

    brian f
    Middle Village, NY

    Has anyone done paint fill on their Scotty Cameron's themselves? If so what paint do you use or what do you use to do it?

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  2. Aloha Bruce

    Aloha Bruce
    Sunnyvale, CA

    I use Testors paint to do all of my paintfill.
  3. larry m

    larry m
    columbiana, OH

    I once touched one up with nail polish
  4. Todd T

    Todd T
    San Diego, CA

    Patience and thin coats are the key, a must is to let it dry and keep it covered (dust) .. I use Testers and a toothpick!
  5. Found that painters tape works well sight lines. Also another vote for Testers.
  6. jim p

    jim p
    Ormond Beach, FL

    I prefer Tamiya paints. High quality paint and a Huge selection of colors.
  7. vurich

    vurich
    First Tee Box

    Hey, Jim. Just want you to know I love your profile pic!
  8. What testors paint colour code have you found provides the best match to SC "red" touchup
  9. jim p

    jim p
    Ormond Beach, FL

    I used Tamiya 81027 Acrylic X27 Clear Red 3/4 oz. Find it at Amazon.
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  10. Joshua B

    Joshua B
    Connecticut

    I've used glass paint with a squeeze bottle...holds up awesome and is irradesant
  11. Tamiya
  12. Justin F

    Justin F
    Birch Creek Golf Coure

    I use testors and a syringe.
  13. Darron K

    Darron K
    Fate, TX

    Testors, small fine brush or syringe.
  14. anyone post some photos of their work, would love to see the work.
  15. SHoXlude said:

    anyone post some photos of their work, would love to see the work.

    Yes. ;-)
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  16. This is my gamer that I refinished/paint filled this past winter.. I did a golo 5 but I don’t have the pics on my phone.. it took about a week for the paint to dry for each layer, I put on an average of 3 coats.
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  17. Trent R said:

    This is my gamer that I refinished/paint filled this past winter.. I did a golo 5 but I don’t have the pics on my phone.. it took about a week for the paint to dry for each layer, I put on an average of 3 coats.
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    Wow I reckon you'll be getting a call from Scotty Cameron custom team.

    Really awesome job!
  18. Here a few pictures of my latest diy project
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  19. Brian D

    Brian D
    Norton, MA

    Can I send you my putter....? You did an awesome job and it looks terrific!
  20. Trent R said:

    Here a few pictures of my latest diy project
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    Trent,

    Nice job! What technique did you use on the topside alignment aid (the cross)? Did you remove the red paint or did you paint over?

    I have tried acetone and paint remover on the red, and it doesn't budge.

    Thanks!

    Roger
  21. Eric H

    Eric H
    Ridgway, PA

    Its a lot tougher to fill those dots and have it look good than ya think!
  22. A lot harder!!
  23. hey guys, looking to paintfill my scotty but having a hard time finding a tiffany blue paint that is suitible, does anyone have a link to a paint they have used or recommend? i looked at the Tamiya but i cant seem to find a tiffany blue color ,


    cheers for the help

    aaron
  24. Aloha Bruce

    Aloha Bruce
    Sunnyvale, CA

    aaron said:

    hey guys, looking to paintfill my scotty but having a hard time finding a tiffany blue paint that is suitible, does anyone have a link to a paint they have used or recommend? i looked at the Tamiya but i cant seem to find a tiffany blue color ,


    cheers for the help

    aaron

    Here's a formula for Tiffany paint

    Testors model master
    1. Turquoise
    2. Glass White
    3. Sublime Green

    Mix the white and turquoise 50/50
    Add the barest trace of sublime green to get it right. It will probably take you a few times to get it right. If you have a Tiffany's box you can compare the color.
    The paint will dry a tiny bit darker then it looks when wet.

    Good luck!
  25. thanks bruce :) will give it a try and show you the results

    cheers
    aaron
  26. Jim S

    Jim S
    East Point, GA

    Tamiya is great,Testors is second choice.
  27. Aloha Bruce

    Aloha Bruce
    Sunnyvale, CA

    Scotty uses Testors
  28. Neil C

    Neil C
    Valley Stream, NY

    The paint itself is not the key. Keep a little acetone and a q-tip handy for removing the excess around the edges and the job is easy. I restored the gold and white paint on an old Coronado two, and changed the black line to silver on an original black golo select using only basic paint pens from Michael’s, and they not only look great, but have lasted for years.
  29. Brian D

    Brian D
    Norton, MA

    You must have a golden touch, because I gave mine a shot, and it came out like dog dodo.... :(

    Waiting for the T22 to come in, so I can send mine to the SC shop for some needed TLC
  30. Todd S

    Todd S
    Beavercreek, OH

    Automotive touch up pant works well also
  31. That looks awesome. Almost makes me brave enough to try.
  32. Michael P

    Michael P
    Athens, AL

    Joseph J said:

    That looks awesome. Almost makes me brave enough to try.

    I'm certainly no club repair guru but I've done a few wedges with Testor and toothpicks-they turned out great.
  33. Does anyone know the colour/code to match the original colour on a Scotty Cameron GoLo s5. I have seen Testers and Tamiya 81027 Acrylic X27 Clear Red mentioned here but are these a close match and is a lacquer finish also needed?
  34. Roland S

    Roland S
    Kelowna BC

    I use Tamiya and small syringes from Walmart. I always explain what I'm doing with the syringes so they don't think I'm a drug user.
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