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With all postings about Plasti Dip lately, I decided to give it a try.



I have to say this stuff is pretty easy to use. I think it came out pretty good!
 

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How'd you edge the line? I was worried about tape ripping at the edge if I used it.
 

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You have to spray it all on at once and then remove the tape before the plasti dip dries. To do the wheels and other areas you can slowly put on several coats, but to get the clean lines you have to lay it down heavy and then pull the tape off before it dries.
 

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Nice job on the Plasti dip stripe, never seen that before. Just wonder if it will hold up when you wash the car, since it's pretty thin.
 

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Like the wheels but not the stripe, looks way better than this guy though!!!
 

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Where'd you buy the plastidip? I tried at the local Home Depot but they didn't have the spray version.
 

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I have washed the car once so far and all is good. I got the Plasti Dip at Lowes.
 

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I was inspired so I did the front and back with a spray can of Plasti-Dip.
That looks great! makes me wanna try. Just gotta paint the rear grill with some matte black so it doesn't look so grey (I've been procrastinating doing this myself) and it would look sharp
 
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