Originally Posted by Tyriqq
Nothing at all. There is maintenance issue meaning over time it will need to be touch up or redone. All because of the texture, it sucks up brake dust and grime. Making cleaning annoying at time. If I powder coat gloss back then it's a lot easier to maintain and it will give me the look I really want. For me Plastidip was always a temporary fix to what I want my permanent solution to be. Unfortunately buying rims is completely out now that I have a baby on the way. But a $300 job to powder coat them is doable.
This is just my opinion. Some people swear by it. Also check your local store like lowes, Walmart, etc. some sale Plastidip for about $6 a can, so next time around you may be able to get it cheaper
I canceled my order and got it done today. I love it !
I made a before and after pics thread... i love it so far!
I had a guy that was willing to powder coat my rims for 275 but honestly i am not sure i like my rims enough to pay that price so i was extremely happy to plasti dip my wheels for $25 bucks. It improved my wheels appearance by alot i think and gave me some time to save up for wheels that i really want to buy.