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Old 07-03-2013, 10:41 AM   #21
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Rattle can with a little nozzle attachment thinggy. It's not a professional setup at all. I did think about laying down some real paint, but the reason the can works so well is because it can be removed, and re applied in less than an hour if I need a fresh look. It's all about the way it comes out. you should go to home depot, grab a can, and paint something you don't mind having black. Until you SEE how plasti dip dries, and works, it's hard to explain. It goes on shiny, and looks like , but the second it dries it looks just like the black plastics on the bikes we all have.

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Rattle can with a little nozzle attachment thinggy. It's not a professional setup at all. I did think about laying down some real paint, but the reason the can works so well is because it can be removed, and re applied in less than an hour if I need a fresh look. It's all about the way it comes out. you should go to home depot, grab a can, and paint something you don't mind having black. Until you SEE how plasti dip dries, and works, it's hard to explain. It goes on shiny, and looks like , but the second it dries it looks just like the black plastics on the bikes we all have.
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If you don't like it, let it drive for about an hour, then start to rub the corners, it'll start to peel off, then it'll just peel back as if there was a tight shirt on it :p
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Ill just leave it on. Test the durability since i crash the little allot lol
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If you don't like it, let it drive for about an hour, then start to rub the corners, it'll start to peel off, then it'll just peel back as if there was a tight shirt on it :p

don't you mean "like yoga pants on a fat chick"? Can't be unseen...
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no pics...better than me, spent the day getting chemical burns from stripper.
And what was her name: Candy???
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And what was her name: Candy???
What do you mean her? My stage name is candy. Was from the pole, need more axle grease on it..
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