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Old 03-31-2011, 08:32 AM
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Re: removing plasti dip

yea they do have clear i have a can in my garage of the clear stuff lol, it holds up well just make sure you put several layers, i found the thicker the better thats what she said lol nope no residue is left at all, it all peeled off nice and easy!

i took it off cause i currently have my stock wheels on and it doesn't look good without my black pintlers
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Old 03-31-2011, 11:04 AM
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yea they do have clear i have a can in my garage of the clear stuff lol, it holds up well just make sure you put several layers, i found the thicker the better thats what she said lol nope no residue is left at all, it all peeled off nice and easy!
yes the Plasti Dip does come in the Clear. You can find this at your local Ace Hardware in the 11 oz. Spray, or 22 oz. Dip can. If they do not have this in stock, they can get this from their warehouse for you.

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Old 03-31-2011, 11:27 AM
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Re: removing plasti dip

Hmmm thats a cool product! Easy on, easy off
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yea they do have clear i have a can in my garage of the clear stuff lol, it holds up well just make sure you put several layers, i found the thicker the better thats what she said lol nope no residue is left at all, it all peeled off nice and easy!

i took it off cause i currently have my stock wheels on and it doesn't look good without my black pintlers

What happened to the pintlers?!
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What happened to the pintlers?!
haha, my front driver side pintler had a hairline crack in it and started leaking air, so i contacted aev asap and was able to ship out the damaged rim and got a new one shipped to me so i have to sand them all down and re paint them all black which i will do when i am finished school lol
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Hmmmm....how does that stuff hold up to high pressure washers at the carwash?
Holds up great. I spray my wheels all the time and it's not peeling. Woot
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Re: removing plasti dip

i'm so tempted by this when the weather clears!
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haha, my front driver side pintler had a hairline crack in it and started leaking air, so i contacted aev asap and was able to ship out the damaged rim and got a new one shipped to me so i have to sand them all down and re paint them all black which i will do when i am finished school lol
Ah gotcha. I was like wth did he get rid of those?! hahaha. Pretty cool they are swapping it out for you like that.
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I wish we could get Plasti Dip in our factory paint colors.
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My home depot said theyd match it. I claim shenanigans tho!! Haha
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My home depot said theyd match it. I claim shenanigans tho!! Haha
hmmm intairazante
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Re: removing plasti dip

The reason it comes off so easy is because there is no adhesion between it and the base it it being applied to. Sort of like taking your car to Macco and having it painted.

The Plasti Dip craze has to stop!
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