Originally Posted by Rammin
I plasti-dipped mine both front and rear too. Then I used the paint to match stuff from the auto parts store and now it looks like a sport model bumper front and rear. Overall cost me $50 and an afternoon. Has held up good for 6 months so far. Even with highway driving everyday to work. Only peeled where I scuffed a fence post at work.
Also, used a few coats of clear on top too.
Hmm. Did you scuff up the chrome before you Plasti-dipped it? If so what grit should I use to scuff? And do you scuff by hand or use a sander?
I suppose even if it didn't turn out good $50 isn't a big loss. My main concern is cold temperatures. I will be working in Yellowstone National Park from April-November and it is usually lows below freezing in April and late Oct-November. It seems like since it is plastic it would shrink/expand and come off.