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Old 04-24-2011, 04:40 PM   #1
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I bought this stuff about a month ago and finally got around to doing my emblems, its so easy and looks amazing! Can't wait to do the wheels next....(white)

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it's subtle, but I like it Definitely recommend this product
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when are you gonna get some nice wheels?
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that actually looks really good
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so you can just spray it right onto the paint of the car?
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i gotta say thats a dammn good maskin job
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i gotta say thats a dammn good maskin job
thinking the same thing

I would've taken them off haha
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http://www.s2ki.com/s2000/topic/8422...heels-painted/
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i gotta say thats a dammn good maskin job
my thoughts exactly lol
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so you can just spray it right onto the paint of the car?
Yep, it's nothing like real paint. It peels off the paint in a matter of seconds, and you can even peel it back off your emblems just as easy. I also did my front and rear emblems in plasti dip and it looks great and has lasted multiple pressure washes. I messed up on 1 and you just use your nail to get it started, and once a tear is started it comes off very easily.

Also small overspray parts will easily come off with a pressure washer, or with a clay bar.
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