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Old 05-31-2012, 07:03 AM   #1
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Thinking about a body kit and dipping whole car. Any opinions? Prolly Saleen body kit
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Re: Plasti dip

Another plasti dip thread
If you really want to do it then go for it (I personally wouldn't). If you do it then you are going to need a ton of plasti dip though.
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I wouldn't do it. It would be a ton of up keep, and if it's a daily driver it would start coming off from rock nicks and other wear and tear from the weather.
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Thinking about a body kit and dipping whole car. Any opinions? Prolly Saleen body kit
I wouldn't plastidip a whole car. If u use spray cans you will get overspray/zebra stripe lines just like with spray paint. How about using vinyl wrap? Personally I would just have it painted.
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Idk why people dont like dip.. Maybe since it became very popular on this forum. I've been using dip since 2007 and love the product. Sometimes people can't afford a paint job or even vinyl wrap, and dip is inexpensive and easy to use. If you want go for it, but for a whole car I would reccomend electric spray gun and a gallon of dip and 100 dollars down the road you have a matt black car.
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Old 05-31-2012, 05:46 PM   #6
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They have kits to do this. You don't use spray cans. Go to dipyourcar.com
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