i dont recommend plastidip for bumpers or anything low
Originally Posted by eltatertoto
as an alternative to plastidip, maybe try some krylon paint for plastic? i havent used it on cars but on my old scooters and nitro rc cars that was the best i could find. no sanding required either.
Originally Posted by Buick96
I used undercoat, cant really go wrong with it, looks like paint + protects.
I'm gonna use Plastidip. I dont want the paint look, it'd be too shiny. Members on my other truck forums have used it on everything from wheels and bumpers, to badges and the bed. No problems from them. All in how it'* prepped from what they say.
Yes. I noticed that when I done my dash. I took the time to prep the main pieces and the came out great, but I decided to do my window switches last minute, and 3/4 didn't come out as good as the dash. All because I didn't take the time to prep them better.