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Old 04-08-2013, 11:36 AM
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It's fine, I don't mind.

basically plasti-dip is a rubberized spray paint of sorts. You spray it on just like spray paint...let it dry. Do a few coats with 15-25min in between. Once it dries it's actually surprisingly durable...if you don't like it. Peel up and edge..and it peels off like skin. YouTube it. it's like $6 a can.

My friend did his rims (a lot of people do) and it held up for years. finally the automated car wash made it start peeling. I suck with a spray can so I can't do a professional looking job and it looks cheesy to me. I have only done my door moldings and they turned out great, can't even tell. You can buy black, smoke, most commonly. And u can get a glossifier to make it a shiny black
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