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Old 05-10-2012, 09:51 AM   #1
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Paint over plastidip

So I want to paint my rims but I don't want to do anything permanent. I'm wondering if I used plastidip on the rims first and then painted over that, would I still be able to peel of the plastidip after? Just curious if anyone has tried this.
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They also have that plasti dip stuff where you can make your own color
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what color do u wana paint em ?
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They also have that plasti dip stuff where you can make your own color
Sweet. I'll have to look into that. I'm thinking of staying with matte black for now but in the future I don't know.
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i think matter black will be perfect on ur car
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Re: Paint over plastidip

DO NOT PAINT OVER PLASTIDIP! mix a color dip and use that. You will have the hardest time ever removing it. Trust me. lol
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DO NOT PAINT OVER PLASTIDIP! mix a color dip and use that. You will have the hardest time ever removing it. Trust me. lol
That's what I wanted to know. Thanks for trying haha.
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