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Old 12-26-2011, 10:32 PM   #31  
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@OP and others. For those who have plasti-dip on your rims, do you have to re-spray often. In other words, does it "chip" off easily during the duration of it's use or while driving????
Does plasti dip hurt the underlying surface?
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Old 12-26-2011, 11:23 PM   #32  
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Does plasti dip hurt the underlying surface?
Nope, protects it actually. And if you want to make the plastidip look glossy and more shiny just spray on a layer or two of clearcoat. Did it on my friends car and it looks great.
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Nope, protects it actually. And if you want to make the plastidip look glossy and more shiny just spray on a layer or two of clearcoat. Did it on my friends car and it looks great.
I have black saleens on my car and I am thinking about plasti dipping them. (a big maybe lol)
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I have black saleens on my car and I am thinking about plasti dipping them. (a big maybe lol)
If they are already black, why would you plasti dip them? lol
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If they are already black, why would you plasti dip them? lol
I know I know, sounds dumb lol, but I always wondered how they would look in flat black as opposed to gloss black.
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Old 12-27-2011, 03:15 PM   #36  
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OP - Looks good.

I'm looking to get hood spears for my Kona Blue, MCA V6. Where are yours from?

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Old 12-28-2011, 12:17 PM   #37  
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Just got them on Ebay - forget which supplier, but go do a search on there and you'll quickly find them from a company that charges 19 for a set and has great customer feedback. they are tricky to put on - be very careful about the air bubbles. pain in the ***. they didn't send me a squeegee like the directions said they should have. but they do look nice.

matte black looks so much better than gloss black imo. the matte black from plasti dip was exactly the color I was hoping for. I really can't say enough about it - and no, i'm not a plasti dip salesman
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lol i had too look it five times without reading the comments...looks good
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