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Old 03-18-2013, 10:02 PM   #1
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Plasti Dip Badges and Rear

So I decided to give plasti dip a try.. Doing badges and rear (panel?) waiting for it to dry.. I'll update pics later, if I don't like I'll just peel off
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Old 03-18-2013, 10:38 PM   #2
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So I decided to give plasti dip a try.. Doing badges and rear (panel?) waiting for it to dry.. I'll update pics later, if I don't like I'll just peel off
turns out you have to be 21 to purchase it in Texas, don't know about other states. Looks good though
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I have some on my car for over two months and its looking good I'm planning to dip my billet grills when I get some free time
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Here are the results... Now I just need to clean the rest of the car. Next time I'll do the deck lid panel, don't like the glossy and matte combination. What do you all say, do the whole car???? The badge pic didn't come out well, I'll post one during day light later.
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Lol I just did my wheels this weekend and badges today as well.
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Hey Brooks! That's awesome! Any pics??
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Ill take some tomorrow.
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Here are the results... Now I just need to clean the rest of the car. Next time I'll do the deck lid panel, don't like the glossy and matte combination. What do you all say, do the whole car???? The badge pic didn't come out well, I'll post one during day light later.
are you talking about dipping your whole car?
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Yeah, thoughts?
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Yeah, thoughts?
Not to shoot down your idea but I wouldn't. You'd spend at least $100 on cans. It's just a cheap paint job and honestly it looks a little tacky. Plus people can always just come up and peel your car and you'll almost always be having to redo it.
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Yeah, thoughts?
venemouz car came out sick all plasti dipped. and slow4v also with his mach one
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Nice! I'll highly consider my options.
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