Can I paint on top of Plasti Dip?
Then, can you put clear coat over Plasti Dip?
By all reports, using a clear over the top of the PlastiDip makes it more difficult to remove, but not impossible. On further research, nearly everyone who has used clear coat over PlastiDip (and actually specifies what type of clear), has used enamel clear.
Secondly, can you Plasti Dip over primer? Most items being dip coated do not require priming because the coating is shrinking around the item as it dries. However, in extreme conditions or when adding protective coating to a large metal surface, primer is recommended. Use Plasti Dip Primer or a high quality acrylic auto body-type primer.
Similarly, can you paint on Plasti Dip with a brush?
A high-quality natural bristle brush should be used to apply Plasti Dip. Do not brush the product back and forth as it will apply unevenly. Allow Plasti Dip to dry 30 minutes between coats and at least four hours before normal use.
How do you remove stubborn Plasti Dip?
Lift the edges of the Plasti Dip to peel it off in a big sheet. When the Dip is too thin to be peeled, it has to be scrubbed off with WD-40 or a dip remover. Paint thinner can also be used to soften and scrape away the Plasti Dip.