Let me google that for you"Plasti dip" tells me nothing. I assume you are not actually "dipping" the car in a vat of molten plastic.
Hey now. I am working on a citrus color for those who want a citrus without the premium and waiting for the few to go up FS.
I already have a citrus, my paint just isn't in amazing shape. Not bad, but not amazing. I like that the citrus stands out from most other cars, but if I were to pay to do anything to it, I would want it to really stand out like the electric lime green. I have plenty of time to think it over, this is pretty far down the to-do list.Hey now. I am working on a citrus color for those who want a citrus without the premium and waiting for the few to go up FS.
Its not permanent anywhere. It has something like a 8 year life. If your coverage is adequate, most comes off in a large piece. I'm going to redo the hood and rear bumper as I when I did the car originally I had washed the car beforehand and you should wait a day for it to be totally dry first. The water will find a way to mess up your night otherwise.I'm looking at how you peeled the plasti dip off the headlights. What happens if you try to grab a chunk that's on the rest of the car, would it peel off like that too or does is it more permanent to the surfaces that were previously painted?