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Plasti Dip

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Hi, I've been looking at plasti dip for a while now as a cheap way to customise the car a bit. It's totally removable too so if it looks terrible or I get bored I can pull it off. Been looking at black for the alloys but until that comes back into stock I have a can of white to play about with. Just wondered if anyone had any ideas of what I could coat? Wing mirrors, one of the alloys to see what the white would look like, ST stripes on the bonnet etc?

Any help would be appreciated, I drive a panther black Focus Mk2 facelift model :)

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I have been looking also at plasti dip , but unsure where i would use it , i know i would not use it for stripes , as if it was on a few months and removed i would be worried about discolouration in the paint from where it's bee protected .

Wheels always seem a good option to try the stuff out

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Yeah, I think I will try the wheels, looking forward to seeing what matte black looks like on them :) never thought about the discolouration so thanks for the heads up!

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