Plastic Dip Rally Stripes

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  1. ratpatrol71z28

    ratpatrol71z28 Veteran Member

    Mar 29, 2012
    Mantweeka, California
    So the idea came to mind as I have been wanting some stripes but not sure if I wanted them to be permanent. Would this be a easy cool idea to do? Has anyone tried this before, if so post up some pictures!
  2. mgoad1971

    mgoad1971 Veteran Member Lifetime Gold Member

    Jul 29, 2011
    Houston, Texas
    I guess stencils could be made using and actual stripe kit, but the colors won't vary as much.

    I've got several cans of plasti-dip but have never considered stripes.

    I have a cowl hood I can try it on...

  3. roeville

    roeville Veteran Member

    Oct 9, 2000
    SF East Bay CA
    Have you considered photoshop?
  4. K5JMP

    K5JMP Veteran Member Lifetime Gold Member

    interesting idea..
    get tired of the stripes, just peel them off and do something else...:cool:
  5. FlaJunkie

    FlaJunkie Veteran Member Lifetime Gold Member

    Mar 24, 2001
    Rockledge, Florida
    As long as the surface is fully protected and prepared properly, Plasti Dip would be interesting. I would wonder about how you would care for it and how it would do in the Sun.

    Plasti Dip Sprayable Gallon Plasti Dip your Car. One Gallon of Sprayable Rubber Dip! Comes in a variety of colors.

    *Not Available for Delivery in the State of California

    They show this picture:

  6. KEVS79

    KEVS79 Veteran Member

    Mar 3, 2008
    Just go to youtube and do a search. There are a TON of videos about using it for all kinds of stuff. I am planning on using it on my window trim when I get to that point.
  7. Chevrolaine

    Chevrolaine Veteran Member Gold Member

    Thinking vinyl would be a whole lot easier and more durable.
  8. check_valve

    check_valve Veteran Member Lifetime Gold Member

    Jun 19, 2013
    I plastidipped the wheels of couple of the cars I have. It's very durable and easy. I purchased a mustang that had plasidip stripes which I removed, it was easy to remove and left no marks.
    The material spreads easily and would look as if it's professionally done. I highly recommend.
  9. arick793

    arick793 Veteran Member

    Oct 27, 2008
    Rochester, NY
  10. mgoad1971

    mgoad1971 Veteran Member Lifetime Gold Member

    Jul 29, 2011
    Houston, Texas
    I've seen the camo plasti-dip.

    how about I try it on my Z? i'll film it. just a test strip though


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