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      05-07-2013, 10:30 PM   #1
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Plasti-dip on vinyl?

Been reading up on plastidip but haven't found any answers about it on vinyl. If I put it on vinyl will it stick and will it peel off with no damage?
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      05-08-2013, 01:12 AM   #2
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Im sure it wont. Otherwise people wouldnt do it
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running out of things to mod? :/
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hahah somewhat... yea I wasnt sure cause the vinyl is porous... figured somebody would know.
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you could always try it... and let us know , but wasn't the point of putting vinyl on to change the color to one that you liked better... so why plaits-dip it now?
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It will stick...while I'm wrapping my bumper, I made a few mistakes & accidentally tear it. I tried to hide it with plastidip & it worked, although the texture will be different but it's not obvious unless you take a closer look.
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Plastic dip comes on clean and nice and comes off clean and nice. Vinyl take a while to get on the car and a while to take off and can leave marks sometimes . my friend had his wrapped in vinyl and its faded after a year and it peeling off
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you could always try it... and let us know , but wasn't the point of putting vinyl on to change the color to one that you liked better... so why plaits-dip it now?
Well have some black vinyl and wanted to do some extremely subtle badging and whatnot with black plastidip, as they would be barely different. Thought it was worth a try and peel it off it it came out stupid. Thanks guys for your responses!
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