I’ve used Second Skin exclusively for sound and heat apart from the bedliner. They’ve got the most comprehensive testing program that I’ve seen for this type of a company and they share most of that data on their website.Cam, you've installed lots of sound and heat insulation- it it flammable?
Here is his reply to that question on Facebook:Interesting, I wonder if he used the room temperature cure prepreg fiber? That's pretty tough to do with one piece, lots of different concave contours
I plastidipped my SL-C before I did the vinyl wrap. I got a lot of compliments on it.The plastidip is amazingly smooth all things considering. I applied their dip coat product after spraying and it gives it a very slick and hard feel. Prior to that it felt very tacky and rubbery, almost like the Alsa soft touch finish. I sprayed a test panel with about 10 coats and the overall strength of the dip was exceptional, came off in one go. It also has an extreme amount of elasticity/flex. It probably gets stronger and stiffer with more time but I pulled it after only a few hours.
Will know more once I get to doing the whole vehicle but looking forward to giving it a shot. I figure the first two times I paint the car will be ... amateurish ... so I’m planning to change things up somewhat frequently. I figure it’ll cost about $200 in product to redo the car each time so not too bad.