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Old 01-08-2013, 09:08 PM   #1
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Can I plasti-dip my chrome bumpers?

Hating the chrome on my front and rear bumpers on my 02. Can I plasti-dip chrome? If so what is the process like prep, how many coat and how do I mask it? Thanks.
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3m tape to mask, no prep, just spray on. I did my rear bumper used 3 cans play it safe
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Do I need to mask the plastic steps on the rear bumpers?
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Do I need to mask the plastic steps on the rear bumpers?
why plasti dip? have you considered paint or like truck bed liner? for dip you need to clean the area and taping off helps but overspray at least comes off.
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Yoi mask whatever you dont want to dip
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why plasti dip? have you considered paint or like truck bed liner? for dip you need to clean the area and taping off helps but overspray at least comes off.
In case I ever want to go back to chrome I still can.
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