How to Take care of a Drip or Run in Plasti Dip – Tutorial
How to Take care of a Drip or Run in Plasti Dip, step by step guide in scenario you make a blunder. is environment well known for peelable automobile and wheel paint. You can change the color of any aspect of your automobile by you! A do-it-you merchandise that you can use at property and is entirely inexpensive. Make contact with [email protected] if you have any issues about DipYourCar or Plasti Dip Goods. Spray and paint your wheels, your automobile, your emblems, your trim – essentially nearly anything. Peel it off and go back again to the first color when you are prepared. Strong, quick to clear and maintain, dipping your automobile is anything practically anybody can do!

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  1. Esean Garcia
    Esean Garcia 12 May, 2016, 01:30

    wow nice biceps

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  2. Jake Gully
    Jake Gully 12 May, 2016, 01:30

    Does this work with top coat also?

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  3. chimiconcarne
    chimiconcarne 12 May, 2016, 01:30

    his veiny hands reminds me of something else

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  4. Jose Gutierrez Jr
    Jose Gutierrez Jr 12 May, 2016, 01:30

    Fonzie looks beastmode and badass at the end!! Great video!

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  5. Gregory Krisa
    Gregory Krisa 12 May, 2016, 01:30

    for the fifth layer dont tape off just spray the whole panel right?

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  6. Geodis ADC
    Geodis ADC 12 May, 2016, 01:30

    Some tape accidentally landed on my last coat. I peeled it off slowly and it took some dip off. Fixable?

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  7. Adem Reasoner
    Adem Reasoner 12 May, 2016, 01:30

    hint. I'm a paint and body tech. use a sanding block. use light pressure and keep it wet.

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  8. Moon Man
    Moon Man 12 May, 2016, 01:30

    I did my rims the other day and my main problem is that I didn't put enough coats, so they're starting to fade and it looks like shit… Is it still safe to clean the rims and go back over the plasti dip with new coats?

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  9. Victor Zuniga
    Victor Zuniga 12 May, 2016, 01:30

    hey I painted my truck red and I want to plasti dip the trim black and other small details. but idk how after I already painted everything

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  10. jstillusion
    jstillusion 12 May, 2016, 01:30

    bro, I appreciate your videos but your vascularity but it is making me wish I gave tithing to Brodin a bit more. How do you find the time to be swole of mind, body, spirit, AND CAR?

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    IFYOUDONTIWILL 12 May, 2016, 01:30
  12. SayWhat?
    SayWhat? 12 May, 2016, 01:30

    Very well presented training vid with all the potential pitfalls explained clearly.

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  13. Ashy Gee
    Ashy Gee 12 May, 2016, 01:30

    Fonzie will the clear ziplock bag method used to feel the smoothness of the paint work on plasti dip ? If so, this would be a great to feel out those ridges and runs a person just sanded.

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  14. 3lite
    3lite 12 May, 2016, 01:30

    Nice run in them biceps.

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  15. Juan Ornelas
    Juan Ornelas 12 May, 2016, 01:30

    the uou guys ship to california

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  16. Ray Walker
    Ray Walker 12 May, 2016, 01:30

    Yea take sand paper to the porsche… smart. If your going to sand your car why not actually paint it?

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  17. Cody Miller
    Cody Miller 12 May, 2016, 01:30

    What advice can you give for sealing in edges that didn't grab too well? Especially around the windows and door handle.

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  18. Tim Vernak
    Tim Vernak 12 May, 2016, 01:30

    just respray it.

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  19. frosted1030
    frosted1030 12 May, 2016, 01:30

    How would you prevent drips?

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  20. SixSevenOne Vid
    SixSevenOne Vid 12 May, 2016, 01:30

    Can you wet sand and polish the clear?

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  21. SixSevenOne Vid
    SixSevenOne Vid 12 May, 2016, 01:30

    When feeling for imperfections on a vehicle do not feel with your fingers. Feel with your whole hand. If you feel with just your fingers you will miss some imperfections. Just some basic auto body knowledge.

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  22. PRID8R
    PRID8R 12 May, 2016, 01:30

    Perfect timing with this Vid. I just sprayed my bike and had a few runs. This should help me fix it. Cheers!

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  23. B Wu
    B Wu 12 May, 2016, 01:30

    is this technique possible to apply to the whole car?
    i imagine doing this lightly across the whole car before the final coat would yield a super smooth finish, right? Not sure if its worth the effort though

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  24. dontevenliftbro
    dontevenliftbro 12 May, 2016, 01:30

    Havent been able to get a straight answer from anyone about this. I have a car that was dipped about 8 months ago (matte black) the dip is still in great shape. However I want to dip the bottom portion of my car white and leave the roof + window trim and pillars the same matte black. I am wondering if I can just mask off the entire top and then just spray the bottom portion white over the black? Also will the masking tape stick or leave any residue on the old black dip?

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  25. DF Rellom
    DF Rellom 12 May, 2016, 01:30

    Wow!! Plasti dip just amazes me more and more. Hoping for a sale or a free shipping in orders over 300$ one of these days. I live in CA and i've been saving money to buy the Low VOC (hoping to plasti dip my RSX balloon white sometime during Spring brake). Just waiting for the right time.

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  26. Jose Olivera
    Jose Olivera 12 May, 2016, 01:30

    use a sand block it'll make it easier.

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  27. BassTesters
    BassTesters 12 May, 2016, 01:30

    Years later, I still have respect for this guy actually helping the consumers. Thanks, Fonzie!

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  28. Stacy Williams
    Stacy Williams 12 May, 2016, 01:30

    great tip another trick to use is glazing putty . you can smear glaze on the lower spots of the run even it out as best you can with the putty spreader then while you sand to remove the putty the run also vanishes at the same time as the glaze putty. it is also available everywhere the sand paper is. another smaller tip is when folks are block sanding automotive paint they use the method of guide coat. if your material is light color black works great . if your dip is dark colored a can of white aerosol dip would help you find the low and high spots as well . mist on a light coat of the different color let it dry and while you sand to remove the run or drip you will be less likely to cut too deep and hit the oem paint..

    hope this helps

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  29. R Dixon
    R Dixon 12 May, 2016, 01:30

    can you spray plastidip over factory matt decals and not ruin them?

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  30. novasteve 72
    novasteve 72 12 May, 2016, 01:30

    You should try a small hard sanding block.

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