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Plasti Dipped my other cars rims.

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Old 08-04-2014, 04:37 PM
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I got this car last month and some extra plasti drip laying around. What do you guys think?

 
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Old 08-04-2014, 05:15 PM
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I like it, looks great
 
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what, not neon green or pink?
 
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I was thinking about BRIGHT blue but the wife said no.
 
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neon green seems to be a favorite around town
 
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Looks cool. Did you use glossifier? Looks like the finish is a bit shiny.
 
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No I didn't use glossifier. It definitely looks glossier then my Blazer rims though when they are side by side. I used the same cans for those cars too. I did put it on one but didn't like how it looked.
 
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Looks good now do that chrome trim to match and tint the glass.

Also, what kind of car is that? Its got a jaguar look to the headlamps... and a Kia look to the rest of it...
 
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The car is a 2015 Mazda 6. I'm leasing the car so I don't want to put money into tint. If I wasn't then yes I would tint the windows dark. Here are 2 better photos....



 
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I was going to ask "what kind of beautiful automotive design?" is that just like ohsofly! I just love the big swoop in the front fender and into the front door! I'd put a wing on the back maybe, but then again it doesn't need that because your eye is drawn to the big swoop on the front. Gorgeous!

Also, I think the rims look really good in black. I think that if I was just wanting them to be black this is a good solution. If I was just pissed off because of brake dust build-up, I would have changed the brake pads. Also, I wonder how long do you think this type of treatment will last? This is the spray on or dip in type coating you might use on a wrench or other tool, right?

I wonder if the Mazda6 available in AWD. Anyway, I can't afford a used Lexus IS250 really so this may be an alternative. Heading to mazda.com right away, thanks!
 

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