Paint/wrap/dip bottom plastic trime

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  1. Desj06

    Desj06 Hellcat Member

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    Thinking about painting/wrapping/dipping the front chin splitter, side rockers, and lower bumper cover in satin black. My 392 is granite, and the strange colored grey plastic really doesn't look good against granite. I figured getting it done in satin would definitely help the look of the car. Anyone else try this? If so what method did you go with?
     
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    I don't suggest doing anything with them because those panels are littered with chips and scratches that you cannot see right now, but will once painted. Those panels are textured plastic because it hides the chips. If you were to do anything to them you would be continuously refinishing them due to the abuse they take.
     
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    Was thinking of getting them painted also.I wonder if wrapping them in satin black would be better ?
     
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    If any form of Armor All has ever been applied to those textured plastic pieces a wrap will not adhere.
     

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