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Originally Posted by ajax1976
Did you use a new fresh can or was it a old one that you used before?
I did my window rubbers with a rattle can and it came out very smooth, most people can't tell its dip but I did loads of thin coats and also did a couple of sprays away from the car to clean the nozzle between coats.
did you wait for the dip to dry before peeling?
Originally Posted by ben.w93
Try it while the dip is still a bit tacky and not fully dry.
Plastidip.co.uk is where I get mine from when they got it i in stock, which is not very often.
Originally Posted by sammi
A smooth finish on plasti dip is possible but it depends on your application. Rattle can or sprayer.
Glossifier is their gloss coating to give the dip a gloss shiny look and remove the matt.
Originally Posted by unitzero
The glossifier can be smooth or textured depending on your application again.
All plasti dip is matt at the moment, only way to make it glossy is to use the glossifier.
Originally Posted by BigWillyStyle
Don't use normal paint lacquer, I tried it on a grill and it went a little funny.
Glossifier wont sort out a textured finish, it might enhance it.
I would go carefull with the glove to try and smooth it, you might over do it and generate low spots.
Originally Posted by Molnboman
But its removeable, so who cares.
A trick I heard is to use a paint roller with some thinners on it and slide that over it to flatten and smooth.
I've not attempted this yet.