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ffdawg

Plasti Dip windshield frame?

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ffdawg

I'm interested in possibly using white Plasti Dip on my windshield frame so it will match the white tower but am concerned about the cover rubbing on it.  Has anyone tried this or have enough experience with Plasti Dip to know if it would quickly wear off and look bad?

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2014Skier

If the cover will rub on it, then it'll rub it off. 

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minnmarker
27 minutes ago, 2014Skier said:

If the cover will rub on it, then it'll rub it off. 

And it'll look dirty up until it rubs off and splits.

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Bill_AirJunky

Powdercoat it.

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minnmarker

Leave it alone.  You'll think of something else to spend the time and money on - don't we all...

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sic0048

They are black for a reason.  A white frame would add to the glare of the sunlight.

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Stevo

just have it re-done 

 

I just emailed a colleague for a Seattle referral. I'll  post it if he has one 

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onwi

Its been done. I for one think it looks really sharp.  You don't have to do the entire frame in and out.  Also noted that a longer than 8 hour curing time would be beneficial.White Axis Windshield Frame

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minnmarker

Looks sharp!  Hope it lasts.

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Stevo

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Electrofinishing Inc
22630 88th Ave S, Kent, WA 98031
https://goo.gl/maps/F659ErD4FzN2

 

check them out. They've done some work for a colleague of mine and do good work .

 

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