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Old 08-09-2012, 04:00 PM
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Also a plasti dip tool box to go along with it
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Old 08-09-2012, 05:02 PM
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Will plastidip work on plastic bed rails, tops of bumpers, and grills?
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Old 08-09-2012, 05:06 PM
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Originally Posted by Dmcgee
Will plastidip work on plastic bed rails, tops of bumpers, and grills?
It's funny ya ask that. I just did it today and it works fine. Used on tail gate handle and tailgate top tw plastic piece. Came out great. Gotta get more to do rest of tw rails now lol.
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Anybody got in pics of the 1990 style grille done in plasti dip. I'm doing the same thing to mine
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Originally Posted by texastruckguy

No I used Bedliner rattle can on the rockers.
Looks good, might do that to mine
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Old 08-09-2012, 10:20 PM
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So this Plastidip stuff, if you dont like it you can just peel it off?
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Originally Posted by haha
So this Plastidip stuff, if you dont like it you can just peel it off?
Exactly. Peels right off. If ya get overspray just rub ur fingers over it after dried lol and comes right off.
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Originally Posted by texastruckguy

Exactly. Peels right off. If ya get overspray just rub ur fingers over it after dried lol and comes right off.
Do you think that will fix my spot without taking the whole thing off
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Originally Posted by bowtiekiller26

Do you think that will fix my spot without taking the whole thing off
Before peelin all off I would try taking a knife and sort of cut where that spot it and peel
Off then shoot it again with Plasti and see how it turns out. Worth a shot.
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