Join Date: Mar 2012
Location: South East Ohio
Sting Ya: That part is not peeling, that part was improperly masked (by me) and was never actually painted all the way. It is fixed now, all I had to do was spray around it, the stuff is very versatile.
The durability is pretty good, especially for the cost. I can cover it in this rubber spray to protect it from the salt and cinder they dump on our roads for the winter. Then peel it after the winter and my car will not need all the paint chips repaired.
There are tons of choices of colors for plasti dip and there is also a Glossifier which can get it pretty darn glossy. Not OEM clearcoat glossy, but close. There is talk of a new glossifier that they already have that can get even closer, but they have not released it to public yet.
I chose the satin black for a stealth look. I carbon fiber wrapped my mirrors, gas cap, spoiler, and door handles.
It is very hard to compare my $150 plasti dip paint job, that I can peel when I dont want it or even spray overtop a new color to someone like Robs paint job that could very well be 10x that amount.
@brazenorangecpe: how many coats did you do on the rims? I did 6, and they have already stood up through snow/sleet/salt/mud/gravel...etc