Originally Posted by MasterWK
Don't do it on any interior parts... Plastidip tends to get tacky and sticky, so lint and other things will be prone to sticking to it. It also just feels weird. So I'd go for the grill, but nothing else...
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x2.... i would never plasti dip anything that i am in contact with often. The surface is definitely durable and i personally like the "flat black" look but it also has a lot of friction on the surface. piece of dirt, dust, hair, etc will get stuck to it and even when you wipe it im sure piece of the towel will get stuck on it too... def wouldnt PD your interior parts... but hey, if you do... post pics!
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