Attachment 113913 not sure if it will work sending from my mobile.
Used this as my inspiration
looks great. What were the steps involved in removing the grille to work on it?
You dont have to remove the grill to plasti dip. Over spray is encouraged and you peel it off after to make a perfect line
Attachment 117594 Did mine too, but ran it from the top grill to the bottom made it a uniform black. I personally like this alot better than stock, especially that ugly grey plastic that our grills are normally...
Tsirpas, how does the grille hold up in terms of chips or damage from rocks etc?
I did mine with black paint. Numerous coats of both paint and clear and there's chips all over it. Already re did it once already. I would assume that eventually you'll have the same problem with the plasti dip.Quote:
Originally Posted by McLuv1n
Yea pretty much, the plasti-dip won't last forever and sometimes it can peel. This is the second time I've done it, but the best part is it peels off leaving nothing behind so it doesn't really matter how many times you re-do it! :)
Cool, anyone know of a legit place in NYC/LI area that will dip? Looking to.do grille, duct covers, fender vents and rear valence plastic
Can you post a picture of your front from this kind of view so i can compare
I have a bunch of pics in my album on my profile, just go there and take a look :)
i went for painted grille.Attachment 120073