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thats the same brand i use..and yeah they have been PD'ed for a while now with no peeling or anything. just use masking take and tape off an area big enough to stop over-spray and leave about a 1"-2" square around the letters. Use a toothpick to clear out the parts inside the letters and when peeling pull the PD away from the letter outline and it should peel easily. I used 4 coats on mine, one from ever angle then some trim touch up for some shine. makes for a real clean look on them..let me know if you have anymore questions on it!
Ok I have read EVERY post in this awesome 117 page thread and have a couple cans and a list of things to dip but wanted to ask a couple questions on the "pioneers" that dipped over a year ago...how is it holding up and would you do it again if you were "new"? I'm thinking of glossing everything I dip so it has a shiny look and hopefully will clean easier.
Might have to find a use for this... carbon fiber look made from Plasti-dip...
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