I attempted to coat the interior of my hard top (white plastic) with black plasti-dip, as a few others have tried.I thought that I was prepared after research and what not but the coats went on too thin. Long story short, I am looking to remove whats left of it and be happy with the factory white. Its too brittle and thin to peel away nicely, so I have been looking at DYC's Dip Dissolver + power washer method which appears to work great.
However, I wanted to ask you guys if it was safe to power wash (no higher than 1800 psi or so) the inside of this roof without something like water getting in between the windows or roof panel, etc.
Anyone had experience washing the inside of your roof with power washing? Let me know PLEASE
In spring I bought an hard top for my JK, and left it on 2x4 all summer long in my backyard, even if it was at open air, it got stained with mildew on the white inside. Almost impossible to remove with brush.
So I tried with my power wash and it worked nicely and looks brand new.
2012 Wrangler JK Sport 2dr, man 6 spd, 3.73 diff
This may not help much but in my dealings with plasti-dip i have found that if it peels off like crap I need to add another few coats or thick layers. That typically will help it stick to itself and peel off in a bigger strip. Check out the forums at DipYourCar.com Plasti Dip Community Forum. They can offer some good advice as for removal. There are guys on there that seem to change the look of their car or wheels on a weekly basis.