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Old 01-06-2013, 11:09 AM   #1
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2010-2014 V6 - What you Plasti Dip

Anybody else use plasti dip? What have you plasti dipped, how difficult was it, how does it look, how long has it lasted?
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I did my wife's rims ... My louvers... Looks awsome was easy still holding... Seen a car at the local drag strip running 11s with plasti dip on rims... Was still they're after runnin all nite..
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Anybody else use plasti dip? What have you plasti dipped, how difficult was it, how does it look, how long has it lasted?
Dude I love plasti dip

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Use the search bar this subject has been talked about plenty of times
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Use the search bar this subject has been talked about plenty of times
everytime i use the search bar using the app, i dont get anything that im looking for. i get either no results, or random threads that have nothing to do with what im looking for. weird
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Thinking about plasti dipping my roof and a few other things. Can I find most of the stuff I need at home depot, lowes, or any hardware store?
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Thinking about plasti dipping my roof and a few other things. Can I find most of the stuff I need at home depot, lowes, or any hardware store?
I know lowes sell spray can plasti dip but online you can get them by the gallon
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Yes most hardware stores carry it

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everytime i use the search bar using the app, i dont get anything that im looking for. i get either no results, or random threads that have nothing to do with what im looking for. weird
Really? Try searching just titles
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Yes most hardware stores carry it

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Really? Try searching just titles
When I put in plasti dip it brought up 140 threads for me
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Dude I love plasti dip
I like it.
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I did my spoiler planing on doing my wheels this week. I thought it was pretty easy to use.
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Old 01-06-2013, 01:40 PM   #12
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Thank you, I'm going to get my car painted red then I'm going to plasti dip some black strips when I get it painted I can't wait
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I did my spoiler planing on doing my wheels this week. I thought it was pretty easy to use.
Looks good
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Gas cap.. Doing the wheels this week as well . Might do my grill but i love the billet look

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Old 01-06-2013, 01:58 PM   #15
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going to do my spoiler as I look like a Boss knockoff anyhoo...did the gas door 2 weeks ago...looks cool
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going to do my spoiler as I look like a Boss knockoff anyhoo...did the gas door 2 weeks ago...looks cool
What did you use to paint your tips? Jw
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black plastidip...with duplicolor grabber green engine paint inside
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I have done my front grille and pony, back emblem, fuel door, exhaust tips, rear side markers, and rear quarter windows but it was a huge blind spot so i removed it (it looked sick tho) did everything about 4 months ago and it still looks like the first day i did it.
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How does plasti dip hold up on the tips?

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Btw my dog peed on one of my tires an left it yellowed like. It won't come off, so I just sprayed what I had left on it and it looks covered. I like this stuff cause it blends together so well
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does well....got a few impact spots on the underside from the VA run. nothing I cant retouch before mustang week..lol
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I did my spoiler planing on doing my wheels this week. I thought it was pretty easy to use.
How easy was it to do the spoiler cause I thought abiut this too. And how much plasti dip did you use?
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How easy was it to do the spoiler cause I thought abiut this too. And how much plasti dip did you use?
I used less then one can
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nice...less than a can
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How many coats?
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probably 2 minimum, 3 for mine personally. even though the spoiler will be removed soon...heh heh
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I always do 3 minimum
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I did about 4 coats

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I used about 4 coats.
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Just did my wheels. Here's a layout of it

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Nice job dude! just did a friends Mazda 3 wheels, emblems, tail pipe and added a top bumper protect with that today! smell like plasti dip now.....LOL
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Just did my wheels. Here's a layout of it
What kind of tape did you use?
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Just did my wheels. Here's a layout of it
Looks good.
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looks like green painters tape...costs a bit more than the blue
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Nice job dude! just did a friends Mazda 3 wheels, emblems, tail pipe and added a top bumper protect with that today! smell like plasti dip now.....LOL
Lol nice . I can smell it lol

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looks like green painters tape...costs a bit more than the blue
You are correct sir. Green painters and it is a bit more but so much better.

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Just got done plasti dipping my spoiler and rear.

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Just got done plasti dipping my spoiler and rear.
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