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Old 11-03-2014, 02:18 PM   #1
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First time with plasti-dip

Just got done dipping my hood vents, pony emblem and a strut tower brace I bought from someone last night.



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I'm thinking about doing my hood vents. Its a pain in the butt to clean them... figure the matte black will be less noticeable if I don't get in to every little nook & cranny while washing car.
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I'm thinking about doing my hood vents. Its a pain in the butt to clean them... figure the matte black will be less noticeable if I don't get in to every little nook & cranny while washing car.

It's a lot easier if you remove the hood liner especially if you have large hands.


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Nice job noodles!
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Thanks, I think it gives it a cleaner look.


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