Yes, for best results, allow the wax to cool for a few minutes before opening the mold. Twist the mold slightly (as you would an ice cube tray) to break the wax free. You can also run the mold under cold water, which will help speed up the cooling process. If the car body is wet, be sure to dry it completely before applying labels. Remove car body from the mold within 10 minutes. If the body is left in the mold for any longer, the wax may begin to crack.
Make sure the pen is fully inserted by pushing it all the way into the slot on the spray gun until you hear/feel it click. Start spraying with the nozzle adjuster pointed all the way toward the negative side (-) and, while holding the trigger down, slowly move the adjuster toward the positive side (+) until you get a nice even spray. If you’re still having issues, please refer to the troubleshooting section below.
The various colored icons are meant to direct you to the different hangars in the Hot Wheels Test Facility.The red diamond icon takes you to the Search and Destroy Hangar, the yellow triangle icon takes you to the Long Jump Hangar, and the blue circle icon takes you to the Race Hangar. The green tool icon will allow you to upgrade your vehicle in the workshop.
In the last few years we have seen a tremendous increase in the number of people interested in collecting Hot Wheels cars.Among collectors, some cars are more popular than others, which can make them more difficult to find.As a manufacturer, Mattel does not operate a complete customer sales department so our products are sold primarily through retail stores.However, please check out www.hotwheelsshop.com for some collectible items being sold there.
Use the circular stencil tool to add detail to your artwork. First fully insert the pen until you hear/feel it click and adjust the spray nozzle until you get a nice even spray. Then plug the circular stencil tool directly onto the end of the airbrush tip. Rotate the stencil to select the artwork that you would like to apply. The art should be centered over the spray tip and applied to the car in close range.
If you hear “Error,” ask an adult to unplug Car Maker from the wall, wait ten seconds and then plug it back in to reset. Car Maker may automatically go into the cooling cycle. Do not unplug during this time. If you continue to hear “Error” after multiple resets, this may be an indication of a mechanical problem with the door switch; please contact Consumer Services via service.mattel.com for assistance.
You need to fine tune the spray nozzle by turning the adjustment nozzle all the way to the negative side (-). Then while holding the trigger down, slowly adjust the nozzle toward the positive side (+) until you get a nice even spray. You should also make sure that the pen is fully inserted by pushing it all the way into the slot on the spray gun until you hear/feel it click.