HomeArticlesHow To Marble Car Paint Using House of Kolor Marbilizer How To Marble Car Paint Using House of Kolor Marbilizer By Eric Benedict November 10, 2019 Articles, Blog 19 Comments Tags:auto body and paint, auto body repair, auto repair, car repair, cars, collision blast, custom paint, Dent repair, diy, diy auto body and paint, donnie smith, house of color, house of kolor, how to, How to custom paint, how to marble car paint, how to paint a car, how to paint your car, marbilizer, Marble, paint effect, refinish Related Posts Evening Drawing 11 07 19 How to draw UMP9 Gun from PUBG GIANT GUMMY vs TINY GUMMY!!! About Author admin 19 Comments kadiocalc March 14, 2017 Mate that looks Mint. Top idea. Reply National Dispatch LLC March 15, 2017 Never seen this effect before. What a cool technique! Reply Diogo Azevedo March 16, 2017 Nice tip 👍 Reply The88katana600 March 16, 2017 always just used black base, then like a silver with a slow reducer but you have to move fast still lol.. Reply Pakistan autoz March 16, 2017 my channel How to cars rappen channel nams Rizwan in Urdu Reply Pakistan autoz March 16, 2017 good video Reply DMP Club TV June 12, 2017 WoW~! Reply RHQ Studio August 17, 2017 Do you think it could also work with a light base coat and then a dark pigmented top coat? Reply Steven Han Mea Lee December 1, 2017 Will this effect only work with marbleized paint? Reply monkstang95sn March 19, 2018 Seen by this about 15 years ago but they had so many coats on it. Reply B May 15, 2018 Have done a fair bit of this myself (hard to find good tutorials, so thank you!) I found, to avoid the problem of finger-touch marks, where you've pushed the plastic wrap down, is turn your air pressure way down low and use your shop-blower/air-duster to gently lay your plastic down.Using bubble-wrap also gives an interesting, if some-what uniform pattern. Reply Vroom Box June 11, 2018 I have this paint on my 08 Harley and I get endless comments and questions about it. Reply 3rd Eye Open June 30, 2018 Getting My Car Bowling Ball Painted, Can't Wait To See The End Result… Reply scruffs August 14, 2018 Saw it done on Inside West Coast Customs, looks good, to me I think it looks like crushed velvet Reply milkhouse November 21, 2018 Can you just spray kandy over top of it? And if so will it still keep the same effect? Reply ProfessionalDad January 4, 2019 I remember working in a repair shop 20 years ago. Went nextdoor to the body shop and watched a guy do this method. I was blown away Reply Tail End Customs June 5, 2019 Question, if I use the hok neutral marbleizer can I put pearl in it or would I have to do it first then use the pearl in the clearcoat? Thanks for any help Reply Phillmat Restaurador July 5, 2019 Oh my God. That technique is amazing and the candy Grey paint is awesome. The time is the most critical part.I will paint my car rims using this technique and leave the inner border like a mirror finish. Thanks my friend. Reply Dirty Redd gray October 10, 2019 Great video Reply Add a Comment Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment:*Name:* Email Address:* Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.