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Old 06-14-2012, 11:29 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Lightbulb Plasti Dip'n my whole car :D

So my car really needs a new paint job, but I'd rather buy parts first since im starting to build it.
check it out.
its only the first 2 coatings.



lol...
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Old 06-14-2012, 11:34 PM   #2 (permalink)
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So my car really needs a new paint job, but I'd rather but parts fist since im starting to build it.
check it out.
its only the first 2 coatings.

Can you spell check this cause i dont realy know what you mean by "but i'd rather but parts fist" lol

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Old 06-14-2012, 11:43 PM   #3 (permalink)
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already did this a few weeks ago with a dipyourcar kit.. i can see your spray lines, bro :/
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Plasti Dip?
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Google it. It's a rubberized spray in a can.
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dipyourcar.com sells the kit. much more legit than cans
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Old 06-15-2012, 03:14 AM   #7 (permalink)
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already did this a few weeks ago with a dipyourcar kit.. i can see your spray lines, bro :/

Yeah because him doing this means he cares about spray lines.


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dipyourcar.com sells the kit. much more legit than cans

Legit? Not quite the word to describe plasti-dip. Nice try though.
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already did this a few weeks ago with a dipyourcar kit.. i can see your spray lines, bro :/
Can you throw some pics up? I'd like to see more examples of this.
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meh, one of my buddies did this, after seeing it first hand i can say that it is a pain in the ass to get off, especially if its in the crevices, it came out lumpy on his car, and after a few weeks it looked like crap, now hes back to his origina blue paint, with a bunch of white plasti dip in all of the little crevices, id never ever to this to my car.
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wow what a ricer move this was
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Have you taken any more pics after adding additional coats?
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meh, one of my buddies did this, after seeing it first hand i can say that it is a pain in the ass to get off, especially if its in the crevices, it came out lumpy on his car, and after a few weeks it looked like crap, now hes back to his origina blue paint, with a bunch of white plasti dip in all of the little crevices, id never ever to this to my car.
this was my thinking before. and really, its only meant to be used as a temporary thing just for fun, but i wouldnt use it on my whole car. maybe just on a set of spare rims to change up the color every now and then..
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