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Old 01-13-2014, 09:22 PM
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You will get better results using SEM products. More colors and they have the products to prep the surface you're coloring. http://www.semproducts.com/
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I'm in the process of redoing the interior and have seen some ads about plasti dip for exterior and wanted some feed back if any one has used it for ANYTHING and the results !!! I'll use sem anyway on the interior .
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Tool handle like pliers and such that have rubber sleeves. I like it. It works awesome when you follow the directions and it lasts too. I have some tools that I covered and they have been abused for many many years. I have big hands and being able to coat many times to build up layers makes the tool much more comfortable to me.
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Plasti dip in diff colors ; Has anyone used this for any interior parts ? Thanks
Yeah it work well. It take some practice to get a smooth finish. The truck guys use it on the front grills trim parts It becoming popular because if you want to change it! You can peal it off with ease. Of course watch the video's most concern are answer in product and user videos. This is just one example.


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The brush guard on my truck is chrome. I used plasti-dip to paint it black. Also the bowtie in the grille. It will scratch off pretty easily so Im not sure how it would do on interior parts. But it will not blow off at the car wash with the power washer. Lots of folks doing crazy stuff. Try it and let us know about durability. They actually make a gloss clear coat also.
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I did a battery box and I notices if you don't get enough coats on it chips and peels real easy. So I did about 4-5 coats and it seems to beholding up fine. One more video on tip and tricks.


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