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DIY: Plasti-dip Ap2v1 rims

Discussion in 'Wheels / Tires / Brakes / Suspension DIY How-To's' started by s2krxx, May 23, 2014.



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  1. s2krxx

    s2krxx New Member

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    Sharing my plasti-dip experience. I've wanted to try this for quite some time and finally got around to doing it. I really liked the results! I did this prior to painting the rims bronze just to practice my spray can painting technique lol. The plasti-dip material is SUPER easy to remove and can protect the wheel surface very well. Enjoy ;)

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  2. sikswic

    sikswic Black Caulk or White?

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    ive never seen the index card trick before, ill keep that in mind. good job on them
     
  3. XpL0d3r

    XpL0d3r What Civic? Staff Member Registered VIP Registered OG 5+ Year Member 10+ Year Member

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    I used to do that whenever I rattle canned my steelies. It works great!

    Also, OP, looks good!
     
  4. Jtd83

    Jtd83 New Member

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    Definitely quicker than painters tape which I used to use!=)
     


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