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Plasti dip?

Plasti dip?

Postby 99lara » Thu Apr 11, 2013 8:06 am

Ive been thinking about plasti dipping my stock 99 solara wheels white. Has anybody ever done this before or have any idea how it will look? BTW these are just my winter wheels lol. Thanks guys :D
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Re: Plasti dip?

Postby ThatVietGuy » Thu Apr 11, 2013 10:10 am

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Re: Plasti dip?

Postby 00lara5127 » Fri Apr 12, 2013 12:22 pm

I am looking to do this to my winter wheels also, and my emblems/headlight housing. Do you guys just use the normal plasti dip? or is there a specific car kind you get?
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Re: Plasti dip?

Postby shotgun » Wed May 08, 2013 1:53 pm

Ok so I plastidipped my 2000 sc roof, tail lights, trunk, and hood black and it holds up great, I would stay away form the headlight housing due to the extreme heat, go to home depo and buy the semigloss bbq grille paint that withstands up to 2000•, just use light coats of plastidip and keep around 10 inches of distance between the can and the car to ensure that you don't overcoat and get runs. And stay away from the tail light until you look up you states laws on them. But it should be perfect on the wheels! :)
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