Man I love that stuff. The stuff you can do with it never ends.
Yeah its pretty cool this is my first time using it. Its a good option for stuff that cant be powdercoated or refreshing plastic pieces. I used it on my OEM coil covers to and they look badass. Anything that can be powdercoated on my rig though will be I dont think plasti-dip is a substitute for powdercoat by any means.Man I love that stuff. The stuff you can do with it never ends.
Guess we will find out I hope it holds up The throttle body doesnt seem to get to hot. There website says it can handle up to 200 F. You think the throttle body gets hotter then that?Plasti-dip my Vortech :thinkerg: JK , How does it hold up with heat ?
Yeah they only have 6 colors as of now.We should start a petition to get them to make more colors
Hahaha should I even ask how you know this? Prob after a few choice words ?If you do this be sure to cut around the tape before you pull it off otherwise it will want to pull off plasti-dip past your tape line.
No actually I watched some videos of people removing this stuff off wheels first to see how it reacted so I knew I was going to need to cut around the tape line before hand.Hahaha should I even ask how you know this? Prob after a few choice words ��
its a little over $5 a can at home depot. one can should do a few coats on a TB. did my rims with it been thru auto carwash and just took my jeep up the MT to go snowboarding holding up real goodHey how much is that stuff for you guys to buy?
Yea, its about $19 CND. here in Canada.Omg
Right who on here can export the stuff, plastidip UK want £15.99 a can which at today's exchange rate is over $25 a can