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Old 02-14-2014, 01:12 AM   #1
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Plastidipped dashboard

We'll I took apart my dash and now am just finishing up on the final touches, what do y'all think so far.Click image for larger version

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Old 02-14-2014, 01:19 AM   #2
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Wow that looks really good, I never though about doing the complete dash but that looks really good...
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Yeah just came into my mind one day and thanks man!
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Looks... unique. I'd personally never 'dip my premium interior though.
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Looks great!
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I like!
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That's very nice !
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Lookin good.
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Old 02-17-2014, 06:11 PM   #9
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Fantastic idea. I wonder how well a white dash would look.
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you did it yourself? its a kit you buy? how much if you dont mind me asking cost and time
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Old 02-21-2014, 02:11 PM   #11
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Looks good.

Is the plastidip you used interior-specific, or did you use regular plastidip?
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Old 02-21-2014, 11:01 PM   #12
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you did it yourself? its a kit you buy? how much if you dont mind me asking cost and time

I just got two cans of blaze blue 20$ and two cans of white 16$
So about 40$ and it took me two days bc I let the white base dry over night and then let the blue dry over night the next day.

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Is the plastidip you used interior-specific, or did you use regular plastidip?

Thanks bro.
& no I just used normal white plastidip & blaze blue.
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Plasti dipped my rims rims last summer and they still look like I just sprayed them! I'm very impressedClick image for larger version

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How did you get the steering wheel pieces? Do they come off or did you spray them without taking them off?
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How did you get the steering wheel pieces? Do they come off or did you spray them without taking them off?

They just pull off. Get your nails or flat head under the outter edge and pull back and out.
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Definitely different. I think it looks good dude
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Where so u buy that spray at?

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Where so u buy that spray at?

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Home Depot, ace hardware, thecarskin.com, dipyourcar.com
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Looks pretty good
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Old 04-06-2014, 11:17 PM   #21
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Thanks. It's a business now.

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Have you ever had trouble with bunking because of heat?
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Bunking? And thanks man

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Nope never had any bubbling at all, you just have to prep the surface before you spray to keep it from bubbling.

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Looks really good. Keep note that blaze colors DO fade over time. Although in my experience, Blaze Blue & Blaze Yellow are the only 2 colors that don't fade much. Nice job!
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Hey Mason first off, the dash looks amazing man very unique. I have a question regarding the plasti dip, I have used it on rims /emblems and such but now planning on trying to have some flat black stripes on my car. Obviously it would be better to get vinyls but for now a inexpensive option would be the plasti dip. As far as washing the car what would be my best options? Every 2 weeks I get the car hand washed/waxed which is why I ask.

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You can still do that. I take mine, which is all plastidip now to the self serve wash and spray it with the pressure washer and get the soap brush and everything I used to do. With the stripes, I would just be careful about to spraying the pressure spraying close to the stripes, but you can still spray them but don't put any stronger pressure than a garden hose. I don't know if that made sense but just don't directly spray the stripes up close with a pressure washer.

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And thank you. It took awhile to get the dash completely unassembled without breaking any clips.
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That's good to hear, and just to be more specific my car has no stripes at all just the base/factory paint. But I've been thinking of adding stripes I just dont want to waste the money on the vinyl and not end up liking it so was leaning towards just making my own stripes with plasi dip since I could peel it off and obviously inexpensive haha. I want flat black stripes, 2 stripes with small gap between each other from hood to trunk.
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Yeah that shouldn't be a problem at all.
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Guess I'll be heading to home depot for some plasti dip cans/masking tape btw have you seen the rustoleum cans which is exactly like pasti dip lol, new product wonder if people will start using that over the plasti dip.
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Yeah flexidip. It's all the same. I haven't personally used it but there the same price so I still go with plastidip.
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