I've had rock chips chip vinyl and the paint under it.. Nothing is perfect.. But if you spray the dip on thick it is very durable... Also the surface prep makes a big difference. Wiping it down with alcohol, or grease remover, letting it dry fully and a bunch of small layers, to make a big layer.. Also it does not have a wait time between coats..Plasti dip will not hold up to branches and rocks. My hood gets beat on by rocks from other guys tires and branches all day long ... I am thinking of getting spray in bed liner done
If you're concerned about long term looks, be careful with the bedliner brand you use. I know some brands hold color better than others. I got a Rhino liner sprayed in my truck and it was faded to gray within a year. Love the functionality of the liner, but next time will be getting something other than Rhino to keep the color a little better. I think the bedliner would look pretty sweet though!Plasti dip will not hold up to branches and rocks. My hood gets beat on by rocks from other guys tires and branches all day long ... I am thinking of getting spray in bed liner done
Looks like something from TRON. The color I was going to use would not look good with the green. I am going to get the nose off of it Saturday after I wash it up and am going to figure out a way to get it done. I had custom decals make that cost like $80 and got a $120 in wrap so I want to get the job done. Like I said, the peaks on each side of the nose, the crown in the middle, and the holes where the cage come through make it impossible to do one piece.Random idea..
What if you tried to wrap it like this. It books like a blue print and you skip the corners, as the outlines stay the factory color.
The chrome purple is vinyl, the Orange is factory paint..