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Old 03-23-2013, 01:31 AM
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Plasti Dip "paint job"

So, when I got my car the paint looked pretty horrible. It was faded and clear peeling all over the top of the car. I started out plasti dipping just the hood and spoiler. and liked how it looked, so I did the entire car. I used around 6 cans, which cost me just under 40 bucks. I think it looks pretty decent until I can get a real paint job, what do you guys think?








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Old 03-23-2013, 03:06 AM
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Re: Plasti Dip "paint job"

I like it. You know they make a kit now that has a gun and everything. How many coats did you do?
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Old 03-23-2013, 03:25 AM
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Re: Plasti Dip "paint job"

looks awsome man did it take a while for prep and stuff?

also nice window visors you lucky bass turd haha whats that emblem on the back?
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FYI no prep needed and that is the " special edition " badge.
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Re: Plasti Dip "paint job"

Impressive with no spray lines , next hit it up with the glossifier

This has been Fonzie from dipyourcar.com

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Btw sick antenna bro!
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Dam dude that is awesome! Nice job all around! Was it a pain doing around the windows?
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Re: Plasti Dip "paint job"

Looks real nice. Im looking to do this aswell. How many coats did you get with 6cans? I was going to buy like 15 cans. I guess i was going to over buy lmao
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Re: Plasti Dip "paint job"

Thanks for the compliments guys =] You don't really need to prep for this stuff as it sticks really well. All I did was go get it washed, then I wiped it down with a towel and waited a few for it to totally dry. I honestly didn't tape anything off as this stuff doesn't create much of any overspray. If you do get it on anything, you just need a rag handy and it wipes right off while it's wet. I did 3-5 coats on the entire car. I just kind of eye-balled it and went back over an area if I thought it needed a little more coverage. It was super easy to do and it looks 100 times better than my messed up paint.

jessecarson, The badge on the back I think you're referring to is just a random Decepticon badge I had lying around until I get a real Honda emblem lol.

mizlude, I know they do have a kit for it, but I wasn't gonna do this originally. I was planning on just having it on my awful looking hood (you can still kind of see the flaky clear through it), but then I just decided to do the whole car.
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Re: Plasti Dip "paint job"

Looks good man, but it won't take long 'till it starts to peel, so be on the lookout.

If you had a crappy paintjob and can't afford a new one right now, you didn't go wrong for $40
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Looks good from what I can see! There's a full plasti-dipped lude for sale where I live, yours looks dead close to it!

If I had a lude with bad paint I'd probably do this.
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Re: Plasti Dip "paint job"

Nice job man. Is it textured at all or did it lay down smooth?
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Re: Plasti Dip "paint job"

It has a little bit of a texture to it being a rubberized type coating. It isn't totally smooth but you can't really tell looking at it. It's actually some really interesting stuff. When you spray it on, it's kind of bubbly and patchy, but it dries smooth. I had one of the nozzles plug up so there's one spot I need to fix. Hopefully it lasts a decent amount of time before peeling, but even if it does it's nice and easy to touch up. :)
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It has a little bit of a texture to it being a rubberized type coating. It isn't totally smooth but you can't really tell looking at it. It's actually some really interesting stuff. When you spray it on, it's kind of bubbly and patchy, but it dries smooth. I had one of the nozzles plug up so there's one spot I need to fix. Hopefully it lasts a decent amount of time before peeling, but even if it does it's nice and easy to touch up. :)
Yup that's what I hear, just have a can of plasti dip handy with you and you can touch up anywhere.

My worry is it getting dirty. How are you going to clean it?
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You can just take it through the manual car wash and pressure wash it, I've done it a couple times and it holds up just fine, and cleans off easily.
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Stealth bomber look rox
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looks good thinking about doing it to my car but red
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Re: Plasti Dip "paint job"

Who said this stuff peels off easy? If done the right way it will last a long ass time. As far as over spray goes, wherever there is a seam ( window trim or a window ) you can just peel it off after it dries. There are tons of vids on youtube on how to do this correctly and get it smooth. After I get my car fully painted I plan on dipping it for long road trips so she doesn't get messed up.
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Looks good, now you need some more low and those wheels chromed haha.
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Wow, came out great. I am planning on dipping my Civic soon, let me know you this holds up over time...
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Very nice. I need to steal your wheels btw.
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the hood looks beat-up, why no prep on the hood?
Take off those tail-lights right now!
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Who said this stuff peels off easy? If done the right way it will last a long ass time. As far as over spray goes, wherever there is a seam ( window trim or a window ) you can just peel it off after it dries. There are tons of vids on youtube on how to do this correctly and get it smooth. After I get my car fully painted I plan on dipping it for long road trips so she doesn't get messed up.
I agree I've had my hood and spoiler dipped for at least two weeks now and they don't really show any signs of peeling, even after car washes. Sounds like a good idea for road trips! No rock chips, etc =P

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Wow, came out great. I am planning on dipping my Civic soon, let me know you this holds up over time...
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the hood looks beat-up, why no prep on the hood?
Take off those tail-lights right now!
The hood was pretty bad and was the main reason I started doing this. I chipped as much of the peeling clear off as I could before I did it. It was only my tester so I figured if I wanted to redo it all I need to do is peel it off haha. Lmao I know I know the tails are butt ugly. The ruby red tail mod is next on my to-do list!
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With clear coat can this paint be nice and shiny?
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It isn't actually paint, it's considered a rubberized coating. They do sell a product called "glossifier" though, that's made specifically to make it look glossy/shiny.
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With clear coat can this paint be nice and shiny?
Pour a bottle of baby oil and rub all over it ?

Lol or spray bomb over it with any paint
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plasti dip the tail lights lol
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I am inpressed. Looks like a good project for after my Journeyman's test. Wont be the first car I spray painted. I did a 67 STANG zebra stripes. It came out awesome. I even got a picture of it in Mustang Monthly magazine.
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