Re: Plasitdip'd grill.
i just did my brow and grille yesterday. It's kind of scary at first, because the first two coats really don't look good. All I did for prep was clean with Invisible Glass, then clean with the Predip spray, let it all dry, and start spraying.
A few suggestions:
1. Lay the first coat on thick. It should look wet, but not running.
2. Do it indoors, or away from a breeze! I kept having to remove grass and dirt from mine.
3. Shake the can vigorously and always spray like a piece of cardboard for a few seconds before spraying your part. This stuff dries fast and tends to clog the nozzle frequently.
2012 GC Laredo X