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Old 12-07-2012, 04:46 AM
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Plasti dip bumper

I was thinking of trying this plasti dip crap. I recently picked up a road armor bumper for dirt cheap and it's black and I want it white like my truck anyone ever use the plasti dip? Think it will look good?


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Works good on some of the tool handels I have put it on. Let us know how it works out.
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Old 12-07-2012, 05:05 AM
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Works good on some of the tool handels I have put it on. Let us know how it works out.
Where did you get it from besides there website?


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I bought mine from northern tool in Conroe, TX. I know that doesn't help you much.

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I love plasti dip! Home Depot and lowes generally only carry black. I was in a small hardware store the other day and seen they had black red and blue so I picked up some red. It's hit or miss, you could call around and see what colors they have available but your best bet is online. Friend of mine just did his wheels on his sti in white and it turned out pretty sharp.
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Old 12-07-2012, 05:41 AM
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Yeah I saw they have a white and a gloss white on the site I wanna get some gloss white and do my front and rear bumper and maybe my mirrors try it out. How much comes in a can is it a decent amount of coverage in one can?


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You can do one bumper for sure with one can. I did my buddies rear bumper and front bumper pad with one can and still had some left. if I was you i would get two cans because that front bumper is pretty big and the more coats you do the easier it is when you decide to peel it off and its a bit stronger!
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You can do one bumper for sure with one can. I did my buddies rear bumper and front bumper pad with one can and still had some left. if I was you i would get two cans because that front bumper is pretty big and the more coats you do the easier it is when you decide to peel it off and its a bit stronger!
Alright sweet deal thanks man is there any special prep I should be aware of besides that spray stuff?


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Nope. Just make sure it's clean and spray away. No special prep needed!
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Nope. Just make sure it's clean and spray away. No special prep needed!
Alright great I'm gonna order it up and do it and see how it comes out.


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