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post #1 of 645 (permalink) Old 07-13-2008, 04:06 PM Thread Starter
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Plasti Dip Post all pics here

Kinda got tired of the molding by my door getting scuffed up and haveing black mark all over it. So I plasti dipped it.

Hi my name is Nikoncanon and im an plasti dip addict.

There will be more to come



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Where it came from



Installed (forgot to paint screw)




Only did one side to see how it will hold up.


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Let me know how your sills hold up, a few scuffs/kicks from my friends and it started to bunch up,...and in a few spots it scuffed off.
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wow... you are getting a little crazy with that stuff. You should find a chick that is into latex haha
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i'd like to see your entire Forester plasti-dipped. lol

i remember in some magazine from hella years back where they spray-painted (aerosol cans) an STi in flat-black. it looked pretty bad-azz.

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i'd like to see your entire Forester plasti-dipped. lol

i remember in some magazine from hella years back where they spray-painted (aerosol cans) an STi in flat-black. it looked pretty bad-azz.
yeah, i remember that, i saw it in Sport Compact Car. i was looking at my center console and wondered about painting that, but mebbe i should start with something smaller...

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Can you plasti-dip steel wheels? I have a set in the garage begging to be painted (or plasti-dipped) black.
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Can you plasti-dip steel wheels? I have a set in the garage begging to be painted (or plasti-dipped) black.
I have a set of old caddy steel wheels on the side fo my house. I should plasti-dip one and see how it turns out.

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Can you plasti-dip steel wheels? I have a set in the garage begging to be painted (or plasti-dipped) black.
If you're going to be in very dusty conditions, PlastiDip is a royal pain in the arse to clean. During my heavy PD addiction period , I did my entire Polaris ATV. While it looks awesome when clean, and is amazingly durable, I found that it requires a pressure-washer to remove heavy dust and ground-in dirt from it. I need to get a pic... it would be perfect for this thread.

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if you guys want to paint steel wheels, please, use rustoleum. it works great and lasts a very, very long time.

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I always paint wheels using duplicolor.
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i've used duplicolor on some Integra Type-R wheels before. they never lasted long. rustoleum, on the other hand, has lasted through the elements -- it seems it sort of bonds itself to the metal. it's great on rusted parts too.

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