|06-09-2014 05:22 PM|
|dealerjoe||I've thought about that. I'm planning on removing the plasti dip this week. Still like the uniqueness but due to being lazy when waxing last month the edges are hazed and I might have chipped the paint off the lower lip on my door so I need to get to touching that up anyway.|
|06-02-2014 09:45 PM|
|junglefoot||DealerJoe, would be cool to see the doors reversed as well. Do the top and have it stop at the line of the top!! Nice job!|
|04-24-2014 03:48 PM|
|dealerjoe||Why stop at the grille?|
|04-24-2014 01:02 PM|
|Wizzywillz||Nice pics everyone, I'll be doing this in the next few weeks. Hopefully it comes out as good as all of yours!|
|01-03-2014 12:19 PM|
|John Ellis||This is what I did to my grille! I love it so far! Sorry for the tilt I am not a photographer.|
|01-03-2014 10:35 AM|
|barto78||Well, it appears i found another Mod for my Jeep. I think i'll be sending back Headlight and Parking Light Trim inserts now.|
|12-18-2013 09:23 AM|
|12-18-2013 03:51 AM|
|GreenTrail||This looks great! I think its going to look great with the white jeep.|
|12-08-2013 04:02 PM|
|12-08-2013 03:53 PM|
|12-08-2013 03:27 PM|
Could the plasti-dip potentially melt since I'm in Mississippi? I mean it gets easy 110 or higher in the summers here.
Also, how does the plasti-dip hold up to giving the jeep a good carwash?
|03-21-2012 12:52 PM|
|GPJeep||I've found that loose gravel kicked up into it will scratch it, but it will protect the original paint!!|
|02-18-2012 01:21 PM|
|shacklyn||Just got the Jeep and grill good and dirty with mud and road salt. I took it to the local self-wash and blasted the grill with the highest pressure-washer setting. No chips, scratches, or anything else. The Plasti-Dip is great so far.|
|02-18-2012 10:52 AM|
|PittJeep||Same here, grille is holding up great after more than a month. My biggest concern was what would happen when i scrubbed it while washing the jeep and so far no problems at all|
|02-17-2012 12:36 AM|
|NFRs2000NYC||It has been about a month since I did my grill. It has been through rain, medium snow, tons of road salt (including a thick coating on the grill itself), a few washes, and it still looks untouched.|
|02-16-2012 11:25 PM|
|02-14-2012 08:14 PM|
|02-14-2012 05:55 PM|
Those with the plasti dip on the grill - How is the durability long-term? Also, how easy is it to clean bugs and other stuff off?
|02-08-2012 03:20 PM|
|Old_Man||Great! Thanks guys.|
|02-07-2012 06:34 PM|
|NFRs2000NYC||Its not a big deal if you overspray the rubber. Plastidip will not have any effect of the seal. If anything, it will keep the OEM seal alive longer, and protect it from dry rot.|
|02-07-2012 01:19 AM|
A couple more pics for you guys. In the first, you can see why you need to use Goo Gone - or a similar product. I had road tar in places I couldn't see when the grill was mounted.
The second pic is a close-up of the finished grill. Someone asked to see pics of the weather strip on top of the grill. If you look closely at the top of the second picture, you can see some of the Plasti Dip overspray. I didn't tape mine off.
|02-06-2012 08:28 PM|
|02-06-2012 08:13 PM|
That being said, I've seen several videos on YouTube of guys painting wheels, & they speed alot of time taping off the tire. Don't bother, just put on 4 - 5 coats on the wheel, then once dried, rub your finger over the tire near the wheel edge & the overspray easily separates from the rubber tire & peels right off.
|02-06-2012 07:55 PM|
|02-06-2012 07:35 PM|
|02-06-2012 07:33 PM|
|02-06-2012 07:26 PM|
|02-06-2012 07:19 PM|
|Old_Man||Looks great guys. How do you deal with the top edge, where the rubber strip is? Can anyone post a picture of how that area turned out.|
|02-06-2012 06:16 PM|
|02-06-2012 06:14 PM|
Here is a better side view (pre bumper and rails).
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