Plastidip your wheels

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Re: Plastidip your wheels

Postby HJ2 » Sun 26.10.2014, 17:36

I wash by hand only.

The stuff is supposed to be very durable, but I would not use a high pressure cleaner on the edges.
We'll see how it holds on!
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Re: Plastidip your wheels

Postby HJ2 » Sat 15.08.2015, 11:12

Wel... It's still on and i did my summer set of wheels as well :-)
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Re: Plastidip your wheels

Postby Doug » Tue 18.08.2015, 07:32

I agree; nice work; looks great om the car :m100:
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Re: Plastidip your wheels

Postby HJ2 » Tue 31.01.2017, 19:01

HJ2 wrote:I wash by hand only.

The stuff is supposed to be very durable, but I would not use a high pressure cleaner on the edges.
We'll see how it holds on!


Sorry to quote myself but:

I cleaned the wheels with a pressure washer last wednesday... No damage at all!
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Re: Plastidip your wheels

Postby JoeD » Wed 01.02.2017, 01:38

great job. the wheels look nice
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Re: Plastidip your wheels

Postby Steve A » Fri 03.02.2017, 20:38

8) They look so good I would make it permanent
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Re: Plastidip your wheels

Postby Steve A » Wed 12.04.2017, 00:11

So how many tins did you use :poke:
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Re: Plastidip your wheels

Postby clemo » Thu 20.04.2017, 12:37

Great good .
This could be the answer for my yellow spokes
Jim Clark S2 on the way . The one with the Yellow spoke wheels .
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Re: Plastidip your wheels

Postby HJ2 » Thu 20.04.2017, 12:37

I used 3 cans as per initial post, last line :cheers:
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