So I'm planning to paint my car with my friend. I decided just to paint it with Plasti dip since it's not permanent. I'm in between two colors, matte black and matte gunmetal grey. What do you guys think? :drinks:
It was mainly for the two color options I was going with. I know what you mean but I rather do that than sand my whole car and lose the original color. If I don't like how it looks, I can simply peel it off.Since you asked for options....first of all, its you jeep so you really don't need our opinions for decorating it. If you want some wisdom... don't make a mess of your jeep and don't waste any more money on plastidip. Nothing sucks more when your friends look at your jeep and say, "OMG...WTF did you do? LOL!!!!" Then ya know it was a bad idea.
Thanks, everyone tells me that in Miami. That's why I decided to Plasti dip instead of change the color permanently by sanding it and painting it. If I ever miss my color, I can simply peel it off.If you plan on dipping the Jeep in your picture i'd say its a damn shame. I love the color and have never seen one in that color in person before.
The black looks really nice but have you seen it in gunmetal grey?I would go matte black. A few JKs have done it. There are some pictures here: https://www.google.com/search?q=jeep%20jk%20plastidip%20matte%20black&rlz=1Y3YOJM_enUS554US554&espv=1&source=lnms&tbm=isch&sboxchip=Images&sa=X&ei=Ot4WVeuTFISsogS7toCgDA&ved=0CAYQ_AUoAQ&biw=360&bih=559
If you want, YouTube some videos on it and you'll see. If applied correctly then it shouldn't be hard to peel off. Also, if you apply enough coats then you wouldn't need to touch it up every weekendI think a flat black or grey paint job (or plasti-dip job) would be hotter than hell in Florida. Also, I don't think it would be that simple to peel the stuff off an entire vehicle. It's easy to touch up, but I think you'll be touching it up every weekend.
X2.If you want, YouTube some videos on it and you'll see. If applied correctly then it shouldn't be hard to peel off. Also, if you apply enough coats then you wouldn't need to touch it up every weekend