It is not recommended to Plasti Dip in the cold. The thinner inside the Dip takes much longer to evaporate therefore, you will have to wait much longer for each coat to dry. Sometime, up to 2 hours. Here are… Continue Reading
Usually it’s recommended to have at least 5-6 coats of dip for easy removal later, however one coat may be a different amount from one person to the next. PRODIP recommends 9 coats for best results. The general “rule of… Continue Reading
Everyone is different. It may be easy for some, difficult for others. Watch the videos on YouTube and either attempt it yourself or decide whether you want to take it to a professional.
The DipYourCar Dip sprayer is currently one of the best guns to get started Plasti Sipping. You can also use the Earlex HV2901 unit which work very well. To order your, please follow the link: Canada – http://www.prodip.ca/Spray-Guns Europe – http://www.prodip.eu/Accessories-Plasti-Dip Switzerland… Continue Reading
NO. Only do this if you don’t care what it looks like later. Rust under dip will eventually lift the dip and look horrible. Remove the rust and cover with a rust inhibitor primer, then dip.
You MUST peel the tape while the dip is wet. Pull at a sharp angle using a slow steady pace.
The key to avoiding streaks and stripes is to make sure your overlaps are consistent and overlapping by 50%. Also try to keep the spray nozzle pressed down consistently so you don’t have less product landing on one area as… Continue Reading
The best technique is to spray 6-8 inches from the surface of you are dipping when using spray (rattle) cans.