DIY: Plasti-Dipping Side Window Chrome Trimmings

Discussion in 'DIY - Do It Yourself Forum' started by Sil2DrV6, Oct 16, 2012.

  1. james'99

    james'99 Well-Known Member

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    Can't wait to do this mod! Have to figure out how to replace the driver side drip molding. I think my car was maybe broken into at one time.
     
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    Alright, so am I haha! As long as you leave good enough margins when you mask them, it will be easy to complete the job. Have fun, when the time comes!
     
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    Looks great and glad to see it holding up. If I had any color other than NHBP I'd do this. I really like the look of blacked out window trims and grills on non-black 6th gens.
     
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    Thanks. Yea, I'm surprised that it's still good to this date. I personally think dipping the trims on a black 6gen (i.e. BlackDeathV6BG's) looks good, but to each his own. ;)
     
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    Updated OP with additional DIY on Dipping Front Upper Grille Center Bar ('01-'02 Model), mainly showing how the coating process looks like.
     
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    Updated the OP by fixing up all of my broken pics. Took forever to finish.. :coffee:
     

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