congrats for paying 5x's the price for dip than I paid...but the end result really looks good. Very nice lines.Bit the bullet and paid the extreme price for Plasti-dip in Canada. $25cdn!! But here it is possibly in a low def pic because only my face camera works on my iPhone.
looking good.My addiction has started.
I use the spray on cans for small things like emblems rims and step rails and I use dip in a spray gun for doing my whole car.Lookin' good, guys!
Do you guys use the spray, or the roll-on? Or maybe even brush on?
The PO of my Vanagon did plasti-dip all along the bottom and it looks great, but it's gotten really faded over the last couple of years and I need to spend a weekend taking off the bumpers and refreshing it. It's really a great way of covering up tiny scrapes and dings, adding some protection from small scrapes and giving the car a new badass look.
Sorry about posting a photo of a non-E car, just wanted to show what it looks like on my other ride.
What can I say, I love square cars that you can sleep in. :grin:
Thanks and thanks haha. Yes I didn't want to spend that much but what can you do? I plan on doing the emblems and I never thought of the step rails. Maybe both of those grey pieces at the bottom will get hit next. I used 1 and a half cans did about 6 or 7 coats. Already had the rear hatch top done and peeled it off with 7 coats easy so I knew it would work good.congrats for paying 5x's the price for dip than I paid...but the end result really looks good. Very nice lines.
I also like the lower door molding and different wheels that you have. really makes the E stand out.
How many cans did you use?
any plans to do more dipping? perhaps emblems or step rail?
You do the emblems without taking them off the car.To anyone who did emblems, how hard are they to remove? And how about reinstall do I need two sided tape?