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Old 09-09-2012, 09:53 PM   #1
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As anyone dipped their wheels with plasti dip and put a gloss over it? Is it chemically possible? What would you guys think on v6 premium rims, black and leave the chrome, all black, or dip the chrome part? Thanks
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Re: Oh plastic in a can

Plastidip sales their own glossifier.
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Plastidip sales their own glossifier.
Now your just makin' up word... Glossiffier!!! jk

I know others use duplicolor clear over their plasti to get that gloss look. And it seems to hold up well.
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Clear Aerosol Plasti Dip Glossifier | U.S. Plastic Corp.
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I stand corrected. A thousand apologies sir.
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As anyone dipped their wheels with plasti dip and put a gloss over it? Is it chemically possible? What would you guys think on v6 premium rims, black and leave the chrome, all black, or dip the chrome part? Thanks
Who's got the premium wheels?
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I've seen around on YouTube that his costumer service is bad. So I'll just stick to home depot.

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I have the premium wheels. Will plasti dip still "peel" off with a duplicolor clear over it?
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I have the premium wheels. Will plasti dip still "peel" off with a duplicolor clear over it?
Yes it will. But it will break up into smaller pieces as you try to peal it off. It's a pita but it'll peal.
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Trying to match the gloss paint on my stripes. Or would the good ole matte finish be good
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you can get glossifier like the other guy said, on YouTube, look for dipyourcar and some videos should pop up about a swole guy doing lots of plastidip videos on rims, emblems, your whole car, should check it out.
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you can get glossifier like the other guy said, on YouTube, look for dipyourcar and some videos should pop up about a swole guy doing lots of plastidip videos on rims, emblems, your whole car, should check it out.
+1 Dipyourcar.com
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