Janne’s mountain bike got a stunning temporary coating with Maston RubberComp Rust. RubberComp is a temporary coating that you can remove by peeling or pulling. It doesn’t damage the paintwork underneath.
Janne’s comments on the project: ”Compared to regular spraypaint, painting was super easy. No runs or other challenges even though I applied it pretty thick. Five coats of rubber paint got the job done. There was the occasional crack here and there after a few days as the paint got dry, but they were easy to re-touch by just painting on top. Not sure if it’s because I laid it on so thick or if it’s just a feature. Here are some in-progress and post pics. I’m really happy with the results, and I hope it can withstand wear for a long time.”