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  • #16
    Originally posted by kalt View Post
    Nah, mix of oysters and English Breakfast tea :#


    Anyway... more plastidip, first revision.
    Looks good man!

    Free hand or did you get the clip on spray gun holder?

    Any pics standing further back from the car?

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    • #17
      Thanks guys.

      Llewellyn, been a while how are you? It was freehand ghetto style, masked up the grill,bumper and lights.

      Don't have a photo standing back but it looks better from a distance. I will redo it because I'm not happy with how the edges turned out. Should have used flexi masking tape.

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      • #18
        Hey man, with the interior plastic did you mask it, or remove it to spray it? i need to do mine, as after got a respray, the dickheads detailed the interior of my car and whatever they use discoloured all my silver plastic....

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        • #19
          Hey Matt,

          I removed the interior plastics to spray them - quite simple, carefully pry open the vent surrounds, and remove the top console + 2 Philips head screws holding in the two Silver trims.

          How was your holiday?!!? haha

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          • #20
            Has anyone done their dash in with this stuff? Keen to know what it looks like and how they did it....spray or brush

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