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Old 04-03-2013, 09:14 AM   #1
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Hey just a quick question I was sitting here thinking. I was planning on plasti dipping my wheels but I've found a guy that will powder
Coat pretty cheap. But I already have the plasti dip so I was thinking about using it for something else like on the deck lid between taillights or on the hood scoop. My question is do I just clean it and apply it or is there any sanding necessary
With doing this?
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Hey just a quick question I was sitting here thinking. I was planning on plasti dipping my wheels but I've found a guy that will powder
Coat pretty cheap. But I already have the plasti dip so I was thinking about using it for something else like on the deck lid between taillights or on the hood scoop. My question is do I just clean it and apply it or is there any sanding necessary
With doing this?
Clean and apply. Permanent if you want it to be and can be taken off easily if you don't.
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How durable is plasti dip
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I've had mine on for over a year and its still on ... Corner lights, third brake, and faux gas cap
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