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Tiny Mods - Plasti dip rear bumper and more sprays

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Just little Tiny Mods. I'll take another pic during daylight
Emblem - White Glosss
Frame - Plasti dip black
Screws - White Gloss
Rear Bumper - Plasti dip black
Civic Emblem - Debadged
 

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Thanks my first plasti dip project! =D

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Sorry, I don't have a nice camera, my iPhone only. Hopefully this is a better one
thjats a great idea man! I am surprised how nice your plate frame turned out too! Did you plasti-dip that or did you just buy another one?!

Also the bumper casing looks similar to that of an si a little more pulled down and you've got that shit on lock :D

GREAT JOB :)
 

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Nice dood!!! I likes it! :)
 

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PlastiDip

Hey what's goin on peps? Just thought I would share some pics of my front grill, lower front bumper and fog light housings. It turned out really good. When I sprayed it on I was like ****. For those that have used plastidip would know what I mean. It came out like "Rocker Guard" real rough and not smooth. So I went inside to let it dry so I could peel it off, but when I went out to peel it off it looked MINT. I will experiment with different colours on my rims later on this spring. Let me know what yous think.
 

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As long as you don't get to close it should be fine. I've went through a touchless car wash and it is still holding up just fine. YOU CAN'T SCRUB IT. The best way to wash plastidip is that spray foam stuff.
 

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If it gets nicked it will not take being sprayed with pressure. As long as it is not nicked it will handle some pressure spray, within reason of course.
 

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I think I will be ok with 6 coats. Nice and thick. Yeah your right tho if it does get nicked use low pressure or peel off and respray.
 

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Plastidip is the goods. I plastidip'd my wheels a few months back to see if I wanted to get them powdercoated. 3 months later and no signs of nicks or wear. I may just plastidip them a few times a year that way I can return to stock for resale.
 
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