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first time plasti dipping

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check it out. lemme know what you think

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DJHBQvQhfqU

 

Looks pretty good for first time . Few tips..the glossifier ***** imo and always make sure u get 5-6 good coats on the piece so it will peel easy it not it is a pain to get off ..also soak ur cans in hot water for 5 minutes before each use/ coat makes the finish alot smoother..

 

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Its so versitile ive used it on so many things cars bikes things around the house..if u look at my hhd thread i did my baskets blaze blue

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soak em in hot water? what. any proof? no offense lol but what.

 

+1 on 5-6 coats, but goo gone destroys plastidip so its easy to get off with just a sponge anyway.

 

you did a good job from what i can tell, try not to use it on areas you're going to touch or get touched often, plastidip will wear off quick.


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soak em in hot water? what. any proof? no offense lol but what.

 

+1 on 5-6 coats, but goo gone destroys plastidip so its easy to get off with just a sponge anyway.

 

you did a good job from what i can tell, try not to use it on areas you're going to touch or get touched often, plastidip will wear off quick.

 

Yes ive been using it for years ..if u set the can in hot water it make the dip flow easier for a smoother finish

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Looks pretty good for first time . Few tips..the glossifier ***** imo and always make sure u get 5-6 good coats on the piece so it will peel easy it not it is a pain to get off ..also soak ur cans in hot water for 5 minutes before each use/ coat makes the finish alot smoother..

 

---------- Post added at 06:01 PM ---------- Previous post was at 06:00 PM ----------

 

Its so versitile ive used it on so many things cars bikes things around the house..if u look at my hhd thread i did my baskets blaze blue

 

it looks better in person. video doesnt do justice. is shines and sparkles a little more than my inferno red color on my charger.

 

i did notice that some areas were a little rough. actually the only areas that felt rough were the inserts in my steering wheel. everything else was pretty decently smooth.

ill give that a try next time.. is that for the dip itself ? or the glossifier?

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it looks better in person. video doesnt do justice. is shines and sparkles a little more than my inferno red color on my charger.

 

i did notice that some areas were a little rough. actually the only areas that felt rough were the inserts in my steering wheel. everything else was pretty decently smooth.

ill give that a try next time.. is that for the dip itself ? or the glossifier?

 

Works with both

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