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Old 07-22-2012, 08:57 PM   #1
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Plast-Dip Rear Valence

I started to notice my lower part of my stang starting to fade to grey. So hey got some extra cans laying around. And look at the product!!!

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The suspense is killing me................
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I'm super impressed with this. Great job. How many coats did you put on?
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I'm super impressed with this. Great job. How many coats did you put on?
I put 3 coats on and kinda just sprayed a lil extra around the corners. Came out perfectly!
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Well I'm thinking it might hide some of the scrapes from when my car was hit, until I buy a new valance.
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Well I'm thinking it might hide some of the scrapes from when my car was hit, until I buy a new valance.
I did have a scratch on the underside from my idiot friend trying to jack it up and it covered it up nicely. And my front one has a few. Tomarrow thinking about painting that and see how well that covers them.
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Old 07-23-2012, 05:26 AM   #9
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Re: Plast-Dip Rear Valence

Wow that looks great, it seems shinier and blacker than stock
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Dumb question, but does it look stock? I can't see your pictures on my stupid iPhone
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Old 07-23-2012, 01:49 PM   #11
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How did yours start to fade already?
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How did yours start to fade already?
Mine has and I even keep back to black on it. I don't want the flat look though. Just a refreshed new look
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How did yours start to fade already?
That's what I don't understand. I've had it for a year and it's either been under the carport or in the garage at work. And never put anything on it. It might be hard water???
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Will plasti dip fade?
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Plastidip won't fade... I've got a lot of stuff don't on my car wheels,emblems,tail light trim and its all fine. I live in Florida and my car sits in the sun all the time and no fading or bubbles. But however I know there's a rubbing compound that turns the factory plastic back to its original finish but can't think of the name atm
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Plastidip won't fade... I've got a lot of stuff don't on my car wheels,emblems,tail light trim and its all fine. I live in Florida and my car sits in the sun all the time and no fading or bubbles. But however I know there's a rubbing compound that turns the factory plastic back to its original finish but can't think of the name atm
Back to black?
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Back to black?
It works for a week. If plasti dip will keep it on for a month or so or however I'll go with that on all my plastic rocker panels and valences
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It works for a week. If plasti dip will keep it on for a month or so or however I'll go with that on all my plastic rocker panels and valences
I've heard of it staying on for 3+ months
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Re: Plast-Dip Rear Valence

Nice job!
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I've heard of it staying on for 3+ months
Not this mustang. In the hot parking lot it soaks it up. My old 02 stayed on a month
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Re: Plast-Dip Rear Valence

I personally love the way that looks. Plastidip has so many uses it's crazy.
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I personally love the way that looks. Plastidip has so many uses it's crazy.
I'm going to wait till I get my chin spoiler and my boss rear valence before I do the whole cars rockers
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Re: Plast-Dip Rear Valence

Plasti dip works pretty darn good at about anything...its still holding on after a month to my exhaust tips
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