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any bro here into plasti dip?

lately, i notice a lot of BMW are going matt but they have this natural shine in it..
i wonder how they actually do it.

anyway back to plastidip,
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seem good as it proclaim to a multi-purpose air dry, specialty rubber coating. It can be easily applied by dipping, brushing, or spraying. Plasti Dip protective coating is ideal for a broad array of do-it-yourself projects around the home, garage, garden and elsewhere. It protects coated items against moisture, acids, abrasion, corrosion, skidding/slipping, and provides a comfortable, controlled grip.

Plasti Dip remains flexible and stretchy over time, and will not crack or become brittle in extreme weather conditions. It has been tested and proven in temperatures from -34ºc to +93ºc. Plastidip can be dipped, brush coated and sprayed. Add more layers for greater protection and grip. Plasti Dip coats and gives a comfortable, controlled, colour coded grip to all types of tools: lawn and garden, mechanical, electrical, woodworking and masonry. (Non-skid grit can also be added.)

and when you don't like it, you can peel it off..
but i don't know how the peeling works.. under which condition..

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Have seen lots of people spray black pastidip on their car badge, seems pretty awesome. How much is a can of it??

 

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Have seen lots of people spray black pastidip on their car badge, seems pretty awesome. How much is a can of it??

 

quite exp, rm80 for a can..

 

i think i saw it the other at DIY shop..

 

but as far as i know, it can only works on smaller area like badge or spoiler..

 

those who had it on their rims, complains about the quality..

it actually shrink over time

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quite exp, rm80 for a can..

 

i think i saw it the other at DIY shop..

 

but as far as i know, it can only works on smaller area like badge or spoiler..

 

those who had it on their rims, complains about the quality..

it actually shrink over time

 

Think get locally cheaper as I got varying prices from 25-28 when I asked before.

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Im thinking of using plastidip on my rims.. but still considering it... tired of my yellow rim.. always get dirty very fast.. tot of spraying black plastidip this time

 

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Plasti dip look pretty easy to do. Really want to try this once i get my hands on some of those.

 

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dont get this if you are thinking of doing the rim..

 

its not lasting and the coating will shrink over time..

 

usually people do this for the grill

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I have a friend who did his Jeep rims for more than 3mth now and it is still holding up very well. I might not do the rims but will do the logo and grill.

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Where to buy one of these?

Thinking of using it on some of my interior parts to protect the paint from chipping.

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Good suggestion there, talking about interior.

I thought of doing my a,b,c pillar. Very dirty now

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Good suggestion there, talking about interior.

I thought of doing my a,b,c pillar. Very dirty now

 

I hope it works on plastic parts? :huh:

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dont get this if you are thinking of doing the rim..

 

its not lasting and the coating will shrink over time..

 

usually people do this for the grill

 

What you mean by shrink? Have been using it on my rims for months now, no issue whatsoever.

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Where to buy one of these?

Thinking of using it on some of my interior parts to protect the paint from chipping.

 

I think someone is selling it for $25-28/can for black.

 

I'm talking to one of the supplier right now but landed cost will not be very cheap either because apparently aerosol are consider flammable & hazardous, need to pay extra for shipping. est around $22-25 maybe for the qty i'm asking.

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I hope it works on plastic parts? :huh:

 

I think it will work on most material, grill and logo are plastic parts too and it stick just like from the video.

 

I'm thinking of doing my roof also if both my logo and grill are successful but don't know how many bottle it need? maybe 3-4 bottle should be enough for 3 coat.

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What you mean by shrink? Have been using it on my rims for months now, no issue whatsoever.

 

ermm, i read the reviews in some malaysia car forum..

someone actually complains about the quality when they spray onto the rim..

the coating actually shrink and tear..

 

maybe replica plastidip?? :D

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heres my plasti dip stuff

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