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Old 01-21-2013, 04:50 PM   #1
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Default Clear coat over plastidip

I just plastidiped my "F-150" badges, does anyone know if spraying a clear coat over them will affect the Plastidip in any way? If you do, will any spray can clear coat do or is there one better than the other? Thanks.
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just use the plastidip clear.. or if u wanna play it safe, buy some rattle can clear and spray a test piece over some plastidip on something..
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http://youtu.be/vvkq-qyY9aY Check this video out. It should answer your question.
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DipYourCar tested this...it peeled off but not easily. Get the Glossifier from Plasti-dip...you'd be better off that way. The clear will eat away at the particles that make the Plasti-dip peelable.
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