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Old 03-22-2015, 12:04 AM
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MotoCoat: Wagner SprayTech USA

Thought I would share, I been looking for a solution like this, seems you can use it for plastidip and bedliner.

Great cheap way to avoid rattle cans

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Old 03-22-2015, 01:09 AM
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Re: Not for everybody but... Wagner motocoat

I think plastidip in the spray can is cheaper and more convenient. you are right, not for everybody.
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Old 03-22-2015, 08:36 AM
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Re: Not for everybody but... Wagner motocoat

Thanks for the link, I am also looking for a more convenient solution for larger sprays / applications...can's are fine for badges and smaller jobs...
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The problem is with plastidip for anyone that have applied it you have a lot of people that do not shake the can long enough and the coating becomes textured and not smooth, if you use a sprayer like this there is none of these issues as long as you prep the paint right

Also soon as this is available I will be purchasing just to spray upol raptor.

Did this on my previous truck and it turned out well, a lot better than brush on and way more durable than rattle can bedliner
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The problem is with plastidip for anyone that have applied it you have a lot of people that do not shake the can long enough and the coating becomes textured and not smooth, if you use a sprayer like this there is none of these issues as long as you prep the paint right
I also read that the texture that you get from plasti dip can be controlled by how far or close you hold the can.
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Re: Not for everybody but... Wagner motocoat

I wish plasti dip would go away and never come back. It was my reason for not frequenting forums as much. Luckily, this forum is awesome.
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I wish plasti dip would go away and never come back. It was my reason for not frequenting forums as much. Luckily, this forum is awesome.
You stayed away from a forum because you dislike plasti dip so much?

Wow, that's embarrassing in itself.

If you don't like it, don't use it. If you don't like it, don't read threads about it.
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Re: Not for everybody but... Wagner motocoat

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You stayed away from a forum because you dislike plasti dip so much?

Wow, that's embarrassing in itself.

If you don't like it, don't use it. If you don't like it, don't read threads about it.

Difficult when a majority of the threads are about how great plasti dipped wheels look. It's really not embarrassing at all. I don't see why it would be.
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Re: Not for everybody but... Wagner motocoat

Actually flexidip sprays better out of rattle can than plastidip.
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Re: Not for everybody but... Wagner motocoat

Plastidip works well as a paint protectant in the winter and gives you a chance to change color temporarily. I was never a fan of it until I saw how well it protects a vehicle from the harsh NE winters.
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