Originally Posted by TheCautiousOne
Rough... ? I would have never thought that plasti dip was smooth... Pretty sure you would have to actually sand and paint for that effect.
Originally Posted by guitarhero23
Plastidip is pretty rough in nature that i've experienced. I mean one of it's purposes is to spray on handles of tools to make them rough! On full cars I suspect they use a variant or a different technique? Not sure though. Also I don't know if a primer helps or not, was the logo thing black originally?
Okay so the roughness is fine if that's meant to be there.
But, no primer was used - so if a white primer was used the overall color would be much lighter? I didn't think primer would actually affect plastidip the same way as paint (because plastidip is well, plastic?)
Apparently the color is the same on the 295X2 metal housing (aluminum and very light silver in color), although it looks a bit pinker in this image - it's still not as pink as it should be.Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)