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Currently in the process of plasti dipping my fender flares. I was wondering how everyone cleans theirs if they're plasti dipped. Has anyone tried tire foam? It cleans rubber tires so maybe it could clean rubber flares. I would hate to spend the time plasti dipping the flares if they're gonna get permanent mud stains the first time I go wheeling with them.
 

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Why dont you just paint them with krylon fusion?

1. its cheaper
2. it wont peel off
3. you can scrub it.

i mean, youre already taping it up and everything.. might as well do it right.
 

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Use Krylon Fusion. Plastidipping fender flares will be a waste of time and money.
 

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I have plastic dipped many things, including my wheels. You can scrub it, and power wash it. It will only peel if scratched or intentionally. That being said I would suggest bedlinering your flares jnstead.
 

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I just bed lined mine. Used 2 cans for 3 coats. It came out great IMHO. 7.99 per can + 20% off coupon at Harbor Freight. Only issue I had was not letting dry for the Entire day and when I put them in the back seat to transport some stuck to the seat. Now its been a week and they look great and give a little contrast to the shiny paint. Time will tell how easy mud will rinse off.
 
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