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Palsti-Dip Smoke!!!! (---NEW PICS---)

Any one else use this stuff yet? Pretty cool stuff..... Like a translucent Plasti-dip. The more coats you lay down the darker it gets...You can smoke out light lenses or you can make chrome turn to a "flat gunmetal like color". ANd Just like all other plasti-dip product its removable with no damage. I painted my head light corners and turned out pretty cool. Might hit up the tails next... but what do ya think????

------Here is pics on Door Trim chrome moldings sprayed with P-Dip "Smoke". I think its a Good look just not really on my ride, prob going to remove and spray black... what cha think? May look cool on a set of wheels though.....Any feed back will be greatly appreciated. :-)
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Looks good man. Did you pull out the headlights or just tape them off and spray? Did you have to order it online or do stores carry it? Thinking this may look good on rims too.

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I am wondering how it would look on a silver Jeep like yours and mine when applied to the Chrome pieces.

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Might have to grab myself a can .. Not for the Jeep but I have some pieces of the truck I wouldnt mind trying this on!

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Looks good man. Did you pull out the headlights or just tape them off and spray? Did you have to order it online or do stores carry it? Thinking this may look good on rims too.
Thanks Bro! I just taped them and painted on the car... Got it online as no one locally carries it yet. Definitely will look tight on wheels. Will give them that gun-metal look!
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I am wondering how it would look on a silver Jeep like yours and mine when applied to the Chrome pieces.
Thats actually why I bought it... Im going to hit up the side door moldings next and see how it turns out. Im hoping its works as I really dont want to hassle with taking them off, sanding,painting, and clear coating...

I will post some more pics once i get them sprayed. Hoping to tackle it this weekend. Will keep you posted...
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You could probably get that at dipyourcar.com They did my friend's entire Charger in matte black and it came out awesome!

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Looks good, but is it smooth? or do you still need to clear coat it?

I have standard plasti dip on my rims without a clear and it's very rough. Holds lots of dirt and it's a pita to clean.
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Looks good, but is it smooth? or do you still need to clear coat it?

I have standard plasti dip on my rims without a clear and it's very rough. Holds lots of dirt and it's a pita to clean.
Yeah still has a bit of rough texture but seems little lighter of meteral so it is not as bad as normal plasti-dip. At least then black P-dip I sprayed on my wheels. I agree with the pita...
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Thats actually why I bought it... Im going to hit up the side door moldings next and see how it turns out. Im hoping its works as I really dont want to hassle with taking them off, sanding,painting, and clear coating...

I will post some more pics once i get them sprayed. Hoping to tackle it this weekend. Will keep you posted...
Make sure those pictures roll out as this might help me make that transition to the FR competition greys or the black chrome OEM's.
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