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Old 03-10-2013, 06:38 PM   #1
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Plasti dipped rear valance

So today had the day off from work so I plasti dipped my rear valance black cause it was getting like a faded black and the paint was starting to chip from the top
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These are pics of what it looked like before I will post what it looks like now tomorrow when it is light out
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Here is what it looks like now came out very good
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Looks good brotha! Did my valence and decklid as well..
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^^ looks sick man thanks
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^^ looks sick man thanks
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Looks good!
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That looks sick! I did my valance, spoiler lip and fuel door
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Here is what it looks like now came out very good
Looks good.
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^^ thank you both
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I plastidipped my rear valance too, super easy, it saves a lot of money

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I plastidipped my rear valance too, super easy, it saves a lot of money
I'm thinking about doing that to my car, I never plasti dipped anything does it damage the paint? Lol Nice ride btw!
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Thanks, it's not supposed to harm the underlying surface, I did about 4 coats to make it even. the hardest part was peeling the masking tape. check out YouTube I think there's a lot of videos about how to do it, especially coating the whole car. you can't really screwed it up...
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Thanks, it's not supposed to harm the underlying surface, I did about 4 coats to make it even. the hardest part was peeling the masking tape. check out YouTube I think there's a lot of videos about how to do it, especially coating the whole car. you can't really screwed it up...
Alright thanks man!
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Did my rear deck lid

And yeah the tape was the hardest part
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Old 03-12-2013, 11:35 PM   #16
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The tape wasn't to hard for me I used real painters tape also and before pulled it off I went over it went a sharp knife and it came right off
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The tape wasn't to hard for me I used real painters tape also and before pulled it off I went over it went a sharp knife and it came right off
I wouldn't trust myself with a knife that close to the paint haha
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I wouldn't trust myself with a knife that close to the paint haha
Yea I have a pretty steady hand but you don't have to push down hard just enough to separate the plasti dip on top of the tape and the stuff on car
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All of them look great.
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I don't trust myself with sharp objects...lol, but they look great. I like the look of the smooth cap on your rear panel eric e...
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Those all look great. Beats having a magnet or something on the car with double sides tape.
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Just did it! First time plasti dipping.. Lol
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Just did it! First time plasti dipping.. Lol
came out superbadass good job !
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Looks great,...now im thinking of doing my front spoiler, i dont like the way its finished...
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Here is mine

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Here is mine
Looks nice! I'm actually getting rims just like that
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