So, if you are unaware, the stock finish on the original World of Warcraft mouse is pretty terrible. Many have complained that it wears off from normal use, but I made the mistake of cleaning my mouse with alcohol once and the finish was absolutely wrecked.
I have previously used Plastidip on my 350z to black out the emblems and the front of the bumper, so it is a very durable finish.
Here's an example:
I decided to do it to my mouse as well, here's the results.
The cool part about Plastidip is that it isn't really "paint". It's just a coating that adheres to pretty much anything and if you want to remove it, you can just peel it off. It doesn't come off easily though, so its durable yet removable if you want it to be. Pretty much why I used it on my car, peels right off the paint.
Once you remove the screws from the bottom the whole top of the mouse comes out. Then I took out the part that held the scroll wheel and it was just the top. After that you can individually remove each section. I sprayed them all separately.
Good job, does it prevent the paint from getting scratch?.. also would this come of itself by getting scratched?.
Thanks for providing a link
It protects anything underneath the coat quite well. I used it on my door handles as well on my car and it has been resilient to pretty much anything. If I intentionally went at it though I could get it to come off.
seen loads of images and of this stuff on cars and rims and stuff and if it ever gets like damaged you can literally peel the plasti dip off, i've been planning to mod my Deathadder cause i hate the glossy sides with a can of this stuff not got around to doing it yet tho, should give a nice rubbery feel after tho