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      11-23-2011, 02:44 PM   #15
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Originally Posted by Shosholoza View Post
Thanks. That's the affirmation I was looking for. Will post pics later this weekend
Terrific. Just make sure not to make the coating too thin, otherwise it will be harder to remove later as the Plasti will flake off rather than peel off in large chunks when you try to take it off. But again, don't make it too thick, otherwise the coating starts to bubble, and gets all textured and grainy. I remember there was a guide this guy made on PlastiDipping his brand spanking new Audi twice, and he had some great tips. If I find it I'll add it in here later.

Edit: Here are the details. This is extreme advice as it's for a whole car, but the application tips still apply.
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