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Old 05-16-2013, 11:16 AM   #36
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Do you really get good coverage wirh just 2 coats? Would like to try stripes but am hesitant : /
There's no reason to be hesitant. The worst that could happen is you don't like it and have to peel it off. That's the beauty of plasti dip. Just go for it man
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Youre right, its still hard to believe you can spray your car and peel it off, lol
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There's no reason to be hesitant. The worst that could happen is you don't like it and have to peel it off. That's the beauty of plasti dip. Just go for it man
Agreed! U gotta do something at least for fun haha! Plasti dip is great fun and cheap
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Youre right, its still hard to believe you can spray your car and peel it off, lol
Yeah it's pretty awesome. I have plasti dipped many things several of which are still on from months ago.

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Agreed! U gotta do something at least for fun haha! Plasti dip is great fun and cheap
+1 couldn't agree more. Btw my red Hash marks should be here today
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+1 I dipped my DD but am nervous about my GT LOL
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^^^97 grand marquis^^^
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As long as you take your time and apply it evenly everywhere, you should be fine
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