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Old 11-21-2012, 08:56 AM   #31 (permalink)
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Well 3X $40 is $120 but you only need 1 coat of this. Now I bought a quart and when WyomingWarrior paints his tins that will be 3 bikes for $150.
Look you guys can do the math, one is for dipping screwdrivers and the other goes on $250k cars. The manufacture claims you can't even scratch it with a key and that it's self healing. I've taken 2 first place and 1 second place, and the judges have told me it's because of the mod on the tank, the soft feel paint and the CT. I'm not affiliated with the company, just like to pass on what I think is a cool product.
Where I live, tax on $140 is $14 so it would really be $154 but I rounded it off. Perhaps California doesn't have sales tax anymore....

I will admit that you also have me intrigued, but someone brought up a good point. Don't you need a base coat and a top coat with this? Another key difference would be removing it. One reason why guys are willing to try this is because its not a huge PITA to remove.
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Old 11-21-2012, 10:18 AM   #32 (permalink)
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Randy said he used 3 cans. So that would be 150 bucks. Kinda expensive for spray paint.

NO, 3 cans at less than 8 bucks apiece..... plus the spray cleaner brought my bill to less than 55 bucks.
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NO, 3 cans at less than 8 bucks apiece..... plus the spray cleaner brought my bill to less than 55 bucks.
I meant how much it would cost using HIS paint.

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I meant how much it would cost using HIS paint.

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Not sure who HIS is, but if you mean rquest, I've never used the paint he used.

All I know is plasti-dip in spray cans.

And really be careful with plasti-dip around gas. I mean real careful.
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So, if you DO get some gas on your plastidip painted tank, will it destroy the dip and you have to repaint?

I LOVE LOVE LOVE the look of the stuff Rquest used. I just dont want it to be permanent until I KNOW what I want.
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everything you ever wanted to know about plastidip

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