i plastidipped my intrepid.. the color was supose to be flourescent red.. its more like pink people told me because i didnt do enough coats and the car was silver. so its like pink. i used a air compressor spray gun and i think you are supose to use a electric spray gun instead the electric guns give more even and also a bigger area of spray.. im going to try again this summer with blue.
I dig it...I plastidipped the bumper, lower grill surround and wheels on my FX4 for the winter and its held up nicely. I'm going to redo it in the spring. Its amazing stuff, I'd like to do my entire Vision.
How much did you use?
How did you apply it at the door edges?
Can you take a couple pictures with the doors open?
alot of people stare at it and today i looked up and some girl was just laughing at it. i dont know what people think cause no one ever told me but some of my girl friends online said they like it .but i think it looks good. its only cost $150 to do.. its takes 4 gallons to do 5 coats on this whole car.. but some places it didnt get as thick as other and i cant figure out why.. im sure i sprayed evenly on the whole car.. i think its better to use an electric gun because you dont loose pressure so the coats will be more even. its $150 for 2 gallons and i use xelyne to thin and thats $20 a gallon at lowes. i use 1 gallon of thin for every gallon of dip.. so its pretty cheap to do.
the one guy i work with keeps calling it pink and its pisses me off cause its not pink.
heres the site where i get the stuff
i was to try flourescent blue next time i think it will match the rims better.
i didnt open to doors or anything. it just sticks.
the only part you have to worry about is how you mask stuff off.. when you peel stuff off be careful you dont rip off the parts you wanted painted cause it all sticks together. they say you should take your tape off when the stuff is still wet. but i didnt do it that way.
if you watch this guy you will see how easy it is...