I used the Plasti Dip on the handles, but it didn't turn out as well as I wanted. I don't have any pictures yet, but check out my video here
- The sensor still works if you just cover the backside with tape (back should be black already)
- Extremely easy to remove if I don't like it.
- It looks good enough for me.
- Good way to see if you really like the look enough to buy black handles in the future.
- Really hard to spray on the backside of the rear door handles.
- Hard not to pull up the top edge when you open the handle repeatedly.
- I had a hard time pulling the Plasti Dip off from the keyhole area since there really isn't a defined edge for it to pull apart at and for some reason an X-acto knife wouldn't slice through the plastic as much as it would pull it/not punch through without movement. Still haven't taken it all the way off because I know I'm gonna screw it up and have to redo it.
All in all:
I would, and will, do it again since it only costs ~$10 for the four handles, but this time I might actually roll the window down and spray from the inside to hit the inside of the handle.
I've added rock rails, have the OME 2" lift on order now, and plan on Plasti Dipping the wheels soon (newborn arrived on the 23rd...the Jeep is getting pushed to the back burner) so hopefully the next video/picture looks better