Thanks for the insight on the process with the bumper. I'll probably have to watch a video of that and see what tools are needed to make a determination on that (I don't have a ton of tools, been living in an apt so only buy stuff as need arises).Honestly I just did this on my wife's Jeep since she was going with the aqua/light blue colors which are pretty dead on to the 4xe. Not intentional just what she happened to like on her white Jeep.
I removed the front bumper which took about 10mins once I figured out where all the bolts were and about about 5 mins to get the hooks out. I took them outside the garage and put them on hangers upside down. Gave them 2-3 light coats letting them dry inbetween and they came out pretty damn perfect for just using canned spray paint. Did the rear hook as well which was actually more of a pain in the ass than the front bumper to get off and on.
You could probably mask it and not takeoff the front bumper but it is seriously not that hard to remove the bumper and do it right and not risk overspray on your bumper or body paint.
It's been about 3-4 weeks since I did it and they are holding up perfect.
How long did you wait until putting everything back together? Is it overnight? I have no garage or personal lawn. I have at least lawn in front of my building but currently have to move my car at night until I get rid of my other car. I could always go to a friend's with garage, or maybe a local jeep meet up, but that still leads me with having to eventually drive away unless I really coordinate staying a night, etc.