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Old 03-20-2014, 12:09 AM   #1
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06 GT plastidipped

I've always dipped my wheels black, grey, white, and even did racing stripes once, We'll now I decided I was gonna try and do the whole car and start a business plastidipping cars, We'll today I finally finished and would just like everyone to see what can be done and really show the people that say plastidip is ricey.Click image for larger version

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I've always dipped my wheels black, grey, white, and even did racing stripes once, We'll now I decided I was gonna try and do the whole car and start a business plastidipping cars, We'll today I finally finished and would just like everyone to see what can be done and really show the people that say plastidip is ricey.
Most of the time it's Ricey, but plasti dipping is only as good as the person who prepped and applied it. You have a superior finish on yours. Clearly you're gifted. I find most of the plasti dipped things I see on here look terrible. I cringe when I see some one put 10 dollars of dip on their. 40000$ cars and it's full of bubbles, peels and imperfections. I get that you can just remove it and start again, but it just seems to look awful often. Yours looks great. Really dig the white rims too. You should post a write up. It would benefit the community !
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Awesome. Can I get some tips on doing the glossy dipped black wheels. And I agree with the above post, paint wether plasti, rattle can, or pro is all about prep. I have painted entire cars with rattle can that were better than a lot of pro jobs. Just starting with plasti dip.
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Awesome. Can I get some tips on doing the glossy dipped black wheels. And I agree with the above post, paint wether plasti, rattle can, or pro is all about prep. I have painted entire cars with rattle can that were better than a lot of pro jobs. Just starting with plasti dip.

What I did for that glossy black wheels that I did, I just did like 8 coats of black plastidip and then took some gloss spray paint and did one coat over the plastidip.
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When you plasti dip the wheels, do you do the inner part too or just the front the people see?
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When you plasti dip the wheels, do you do the inner part too or just the front the people see?

I just do the front and the only reason to do the inner would to be to protect them from brake dust.
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Looks awesome...great job
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Old 03-23-2014, 01:05 AM   #9
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Old 03-29-2014, 12:04 PM   #10
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That came out really really good! I wish I had the ability to dip my entire car with that kind of finish. I would do mine in the Koi Orange though.
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If you lived in the area I could give you a really good good deal.

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Old 03-29-2014, 07:09 PM   #12
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That plasti dip stripe looks awesome!
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Old 03-30-2014, 12:58 AM   #13
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So if you plastidip a stripe you can just peel it off and it doesn't mess paint up?
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Damn that's nice i would pay you for those results
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Old 03-30-2014, 11:11 AM   #16
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Yes sir

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If you wnt to plastidip rims do you have to do it with the tire off or can you do it with them on and just peel it off where you don't want it?
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If you wnt to plastidip rims do you have to do it with the tire off or can you do it with them on and just peel it off where you don't want it?

A lot of people say it's hard to get dip off of the tires. A deck of cards or index cards will do the trick. Click image for larger version

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Oh okay. Sounds great! Thanks
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So if you plastidip a stripe you can just peel it off and it doesn't mess paint up?
Yep. It's basically just spray on rubber.

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Very good method. But note cards don't work all the time.
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Wow u did a really awesome job
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Looks great! I love the blue white combo. My friends brother has started a plasti dip business (kinda) and is going to start attempting full cars soon. I am curious to see how good he truns out to be. He is going to start on my friends supercharged M3 and then maybe mine one day if he ends up being decent.
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Plasti dip looks good on wheels and other accessories but the hole car no. Just looks fugly. Can tell its not real paint and from afar looks non professional. No real shine like a real paint would give off.
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I like it haha I just finished dipping my chrome wheels
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Thanks lmo36 love the look you have with you're stang also.
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