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Old 06-18-2012, 09:18 PM   #1
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Plasti-dip black out

Blacked out rims and pony emblem. The great part is that I can peel it all right back off if I wanted to.
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Old 06-19-2012, 12:37 AM   #2
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Looks great but um it looks like your rotors and brakes are black
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Do you even need to cover the rotors? Won't it just rubb off? I don't think it could hurt anything
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Old 06-19-2012, 08:37 AM   #4
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Did u use just any regular spray paint
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Looks great but um it looks like your rotors and brakes are black
It just rubs right off the rotars and doesn't affect anything.
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Old 06-19-2012, 08:45 AM   #6
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Did u use just any regular spray paint
It's called plasti-dip. It's meant for rubber coatings on like plier handles and stuff but it works great for rims or to blackout anything because if u mess up you can just peel it right back off in almost one piece haha
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Old 06-19-2012, 08:54 AM   #7
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First time I hear of that, have u done the side skirt with it?

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I got aluminum rims, it wouldn't work on that right?
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Hey so what exactly is plasti- dip and how is it different from other spray paints , the wheels look good man nice job
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First time I hear of that, have u done the side skirt with it?

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I got aluminum rims, it wouldn't work on that right?
I had the aluminum lip around the edge and my buddy has an rx-8 and did all his rims. The side skirt was stock black but it will stick good to anything if you clean it first.

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Hey so what exactly is plasti- dip and how is it different from other spray paints , the wheels look good man nice job
It's not a spray paint, it's a durable rubber/plastic coating. It's way better because you can just peel it all right back of in a couple minutes and doesn't effect the paint on the rim at all. It's like $6 and I have only found it at lowes. One can did all four rims! Oh and it doesn't drip unless you spray a crap load in one spot so if you use common sense and do like 3 coats you shoul be good. I did my rims and pony emblem on the grille. Dries in about 5 minutes too!
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Do u need anything to prep the rims or u just spray it on.... does it wear out or fade? How long does it last
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Re: Plasti-dip black out

Is that duct tape on your front bumper?
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Do u need anything to prep the rims or u just spray it on.... does it wear out or fade? How long does it last
My buddy has had it on his rims for about a month an it still looks the same. And I just used a degreaser to clean the rims and do about 3 coats.

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Is that duct tape on your front bumper?
I taped off around my marker lights to tint them
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Did u just do those??
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Blacked out rims and pony emblem. The great part is that I can peel it all right back off if I wanted to.
Looks good
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Did u just do those??
Yes sir, last night

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I'm thinking about doing the spoiler too what do u think?
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If you wash your car does it come off?
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I'm finding out tonight,
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Old 06-22-2012, 10:13 AM   #19
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And what about waxing it?
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And what about waxing it?
They got a video on youtube, they even pressure wash it and it doesn't come off , it last at least a year.....about waxing ive never waxed my car

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Search Plati dipping rims on youtube, that's the pointers I used
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They got a video on youtube, they even pressure wash it and it doesn't come off , it last at least a year.....about waxing ive never waxed my car

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Search Plati dipping rims on youtube, that's the pointers I used
You have never waxed your car? Wow lol I wax mine like every month, it really brings out the shine
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The truth is I only use water and two heavy towel s to dry it and I never wash it when the sun is out
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Looks good
Thanks!

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If you wash your car does it come off?
I just washed it and it didn't affect it at all, doesn't get water spots either haha

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You have never waxed your car? Wow lol I wax mine like every month, it really brings out the shine
What kind of wax do you use? And how do you do it? I have never waxed a car before haha.
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What kind of wax do you use? And how do you do it? I have never waxed a car before haha.[/QUOTE]

I like using the wax liquid glass and you just rub in on let it dry alittle then wipe it off with a microfiber towel but do one section at a time
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What kind of wax do you use? And how do you do it? I have never waxed a car before haha.
I like using the wax liquid glass and you just rub in on let it dry alittle then wipe it off with a microfiber towel but do one section at a time[/QUOTE]

Huh, what do you rub it in with?
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Any soft rag you have, like a terry towel
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Any soft rag you have, like a terry towel
Awesome, I might have to try that out. Thanks!
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Got bored and plasti-dipped my junk rims and looks so much better!!!!
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Got bored and plasti-dipped my junk rims and looks so much better!!!!
That stuff works good huh haha!
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That stuff works good huh haha!
It does and if a lil chip appears I just do a quick touch up and it looks like its not even existed.
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It does and if a lil chip appears I just do a quick touch up and it looks like its not even existed.
That's why I like it do much haha
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What's up with the hood gap?
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Blacked out rims and pony emblem. The great part is that I can peel it all right back off if I wanted to.
Does it come in gloss?
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That is some crazy stuff! Does it work on taillights? And if so how dark is it?
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That is some crazy stuff! Does it work on taillights? And if so how dark is it?
Noooo. This is not for lights unless you don't want lights. Lol
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