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Old 04-10-2012, 07:00 PM   #1
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Plasti-Dip finish quality?

My order is coming in the mail tomorrow and I'll probably do my wheels Saturday. Just wondering how the product is after you do it though? I've heard a ton of good about it but also a lot of "it bubbles, peels, scrapes, fades, etc..." Some even said after the first week. I'm hoping to put it on and have it last and look good?
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as long as ur taking ur time and ur painting it properly its all good. but hey thats the beauty of plasti dip. u mess up? just peel off and re try
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Hopefully doing rims soon too
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Re: Plasti-Dip finish quality?

as they say the key to how the finish lasts is in the prep work
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How did you get that pony emblem so perfect?! Mine are in desperate need of painting
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I just did like a square around it then peeled the rest off and that's the turn out
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My order is coming in the mail tomorrow and I'll probably do my wheels Saturday. Just wondering how the product is after you do it though? I've heard a ton of good about it but also a lot of "it bubbles, peels, scrapes, fades, etc..." Some even said after the first week. I'm hoping to put it on and have it last and look good?
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Bro I did a awful job on mine and it's been on there for months NOTHING has gone wrong. Also did the top part of my spoiler and still nothing has gone wrong. Stuff is AMAZING!
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Just had a thought. My rims are stupid and the center caps still have the holes for the lug nuts. I don't want to Plasti Dip the lug nuts black to match the rims so when I need to remove them in the future I don't damage the Plasti on them. Right?
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