|04-08-2015 12:47 AM|
|leavingmarks||I dipped my whiskers about a year ago with the spray, and it's held up pretty well even through the rough winter.|
|04-05-2015 07:29 PM|
Let's bring this thread back!
I dipped my front grille and lower grille a while back, probably about 5 months ago. It was pretty cold out so it could use to be redone properly, but it looks pretty good. Despite ice and bad winter conditions, I've only suffered one small chip on the upper grille.
Today I started badges and got one wheel done. After I finished the wheel face I realized I should probably do the insides, so I went a few inches in on the backside. Took me 3 coats.
Badges were kind of rough, and difficult to get an even coat but overall I'm content with the result.
I was pretty skeptical of dip when I started, but after 5 months of standing up to a harsh winter (with a poor job to begin with), I'm more than happy.
|01-17-2015 12:41 AM|
|01-17-2015 12:37 AM|
|Theblueoval||Its ok we all go through that phase lol.|
|01-17-2015 12:33 AM|
|Focus 13||I may go a little crazy on plasti-dip. Haha|
|01-17-2015 12:25 AM|
|Theblueoval||The sedan looks good with black spoilers too.|
|01-17-2015 12:24 AM|
|Focus 13||Lol right on. I'm already thinking of doing some on my wife's 3d carbon wing on her hatch. I have been warned.|
|01-17-2015 12:18 AM|
|Theblueoval||No worries. Just be weary once the plastidip bug bites it tends to bite hard and before you know it you are trying out some pretty crazy paint schemes. Not to say its a bad thing to express your creativity you may stumble upon something really unique and cool ;)|
|01-17-2015 12:13 AM|
|Focus 13||Lol thats interesting. thanks bro.|
|01-17-2015 12:09 AM|
|Theblueoval||I always thought it looked a bit like a moustache when I did my grill. Liking the look though man.|
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