Cam, those look like my sneakers after shooting zinc chromate epoxy primer on my aluminum panels.
Yeah so funny thing - and this is only important to the folks in California who might want to go the dipping route. I have a mix of 49-state and California "Low VOC" plastidip. This was my first time using the Low VOC version of their product. Their standard product has almost no overspray, whatever doesn't make it onto the body panel falls to the ground fairly quickly (this is in a garage with no forced ventilation). That photo of my shoes is the result of spraying 1 gallon of low VOC dip; prior, my shoes didn't have any overspray.Good thing you weren’t wearing shorts!
Lol - it's a great deal! But I'm already stocked for at least one, possibly 2 more colors ...
Yep I remember you saying you bought a few different colors to try out. I still have a gallon of camo green that was the next color for the bike, but sold it before I got to do it's 9th dip.Lol - it's a great deal! But I'm already stocked for at least one, possibly 2 more colors ...
Funny you should ask - I've got a new blog entry that talks all about the plastidipping!Yep I remember you saying you bought a few different colors to try out. I still have a gallon of camo green that was the next color for the bike, but sold it before I got to do it's 9th dip.
I'm sure you probably mentioned it at some point previously, but how many gallons does it take to dip a SLC?
Kurt - check out this video on how to paint stripes with plastidip, easier than you think. It’s never going to be as good as real paint but as a temporary solution it’s really tough to beat. If you’ve got top notch painting skills you can really go wild with plastidip.Looking good Cam, can’t wait to see it assembled!
I have been wavering between painting and dipping, red or yellow for my build. Was pretty well set on red and paint, but now you have me considering a 180 degree flip. My concern with dipping is I want stripes and I think it will be much more difficult if not impossible with dip.