Plasti Dip

Discussion in '1996 - 2004 SN95 Mustang -General/Talk-' started by Nightfire, Oct 21, 2011.


  1. darkhorse02

    darkhorse02 New Member

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    The only thing offset is your perception. These are 20x10 wheels and they don't stick out that much.
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  2. fiveohwblow

    fiveohwblow Official Member

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    That looks much better. Was hard to see mobile with the other pics.
  3. Stumbaugh

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    I like the inside of the wheels, but not so much on the roof.
  4. 1990Coupe

    1990Coupe Founding Member

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    I've been toying with painting my rims flat black or something other than what they currently are, and this looks like it will be a good alternative. If i don't like it, i can just peel it off! I didn't read every single post in this thread, but has anyone had any issues with taking it off if the result is undesired?
  5. d98gt

    d98gt Founding Member

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    I have pulled it off of some other items without issue and even from painted panels. I did see a thread where a guy had some chrome plating pull off with it but it seems to be a bad finish to start with as this didn't really stick when pulling it off.
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    1990Coupe Founding Member

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    My wheels are polished so im not worried about finishing coming off..

    No prep is really needed other then getting the wheels super clean right?
  7. Blck98gt

    Blck98gt New Member

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    nothin better to do

    I was bored today and remembered i had a red saleen spoiler laying around. So i bought some plasti-dip and went to town on it. I used clear coat to give it some gloss to at least sorta match my paint lol..

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    after plastidip
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    then clear coat
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    What you guys think? :D
  8. Nightfire

    Nightfire Mustang Master

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    The clear really pops! I like it.
  9. Blck98gt

    Blck98gt New Member

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    :D i think im going to add another coat of clear today, it wasnt as shiny as i wanted lol, or maybe if i buff it?
  10. N8Dogg98

    N8Dogg98 Banned

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    Sand then apply another coat of clear. I doubt you'd be able to polish because the heat of the buffer would likely remove the Plasti-Dip.... worth a try though, it's not like you're going to wreck anything :lol:
  11. SRT Handz

    SRT Handz I tripped & fell down and cut myself & got blood

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    plasti-dip painted panel look like ****. Not even close to perfect coverage.
  12. usaf_branham

    usaf_branham Member

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    +1 on the cleared panel looking crappy.


    this is turning into the seafoam thread, so i figured i would get a post in. :D
  13. Night Shifter

    Night Shifter Well-Known Member

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    Plasti dip seems like it would be a good fix to cracked cowl covers after reading all this stuff
  14. txredgt

    txredgt Well-Known Member

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    Finally able to get some pictures of my plastidip project. It turned out pretty good I think. I was debating about painting the area before hand but I'm still not 100% sold. Enjoy the redneck nectar:



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  15. Night Shifter

    Night Shifter Well-Known Member

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    Man that is a beautiful car :nice:
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    so i think 2maro im going to go buy like 5cans do my fuel door,gt emblems, and redo my rims in them
  17. txredgt

    txredgt Well-Known Member

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    Thanks!
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    :lol: a man with a sense of humor :nice:

    Looks good man.
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    txredgt Well-Known Member

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    Thanks man, I appreciate it!
  20. Nightfire

    Nightfire Mustang Master

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    Finally did my wheels today and they came out great. The car looks so mean now. I'll postup pics tomorrow.

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