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    Plasti-Dip on Sub Enclosure?

    Awhile back I Plasti-Dipped my car's rims, and it turned out pretty well. I still have a couple cans of the stuff left and I'm curious as to knowing if I could use it on my sub box? I didn't know if the low frequencies would cause it to do anything since it is a spray on rubber. It would look a lot better than the MDF look....



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    Re: Plasti-Dip on Sub Enclosure?

    Should be fine, assuming the stuff is made to adhere to wood (never tried it before).



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