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Old 05-18-2013, 05:30 PM   #1
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Can someone educate me on plasti dip? More specifically, how do you remove it from from a painted surface or wheels? I haven't used plasti dip on my car yet, but considered trying it for my badges and maybe the hood vents. But how does it come off if you don't like it?
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Can someone educate me on plasti dip? More specifically, how do you remove it from from a painted surface or wheels? I haven't used plasti dip on my car yet, but considered trying it for my badges and maybe the hood vents. But how does it come off if you don't like it?
yeah it just peels off...just make sure to do 4-5 coats. If you to few coats it doesn't really peel off easily.
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Oh wow! I had no idea the capability of this stuff. That is pretty awesome. I'm gonna try my hood vents and emblems in the matte black.
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Oh wow! I had no idea the capability of this stuff. That is pretty awesome. I'm gonna try my hood vents and emblems in the matte black.
Its great, I did my front emblem and faux gas cap 2 week's ago.



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Oh wow! I had no idea the capability of this stuff. That is pretty awesome. I'm gonna try my hood vents and emblems in the matte black.
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Did my faux gas cap and pony emblem as well. Like others have said just make sure to put on 3-4 coats.

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