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Old 09-05-2011, 11:23 PM   #11
Smoke
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Plasti-dip is rubber, therefore, if it gets dirty, it'll look like ass and will be a bitch to clean off.
Fortunately, you can just peel it right off. Which it will, without you touching it.

If you want a good look, use actual paint with prep. Time exerted=results achieved

I've said this many times in other threads, Plasti-Dip is for interior only, not exterior!
I don't understand; Plasti-Dip is not some magical paint that's good for everything; I've discovered it's ONLY good for interior plastics.

What's next, spray on Plasti-dip condoms?
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