The only plastic dip I found was in a small bottle. I was hoping for an aerosol version. I ended up getting the glossy fusion.Buddy of mine at work used this same stuff on his ZX-14. I havnt seen it in person yet, nor do I know anything about how durable it is. He seems to like it though, and said it turned out really good. Personally, Im going to try the plasti dip. If it starts to flake, then I can just peel it off and re-do it. I think its the most logical choice if you are going to paint a DIY dark windscreen.
What kind? Do you have any pictures?I used lense tint on mine. If you do it from the inside you cant tell.
Can this be done WITHOUT removing the screen? What kind of tint/vinyl should I buy? Something from Autozone or Walmart?I wrapped mine with smoke vinyl, about $2.00 in materials and 10 minutes of my time....
This sounds like something I have to order. Do you know if regular tint will suffice or does it have to be a special type?Yes it can be done without removing the windscreen, I used oracal 8300 smoke vinyl.
Dip the inside! If I decide to spray, I will only spray the inside which is not exposed to the elements.I will try and plati dip the outside of the windscreen tomorrow. Whats the worst that could happen? If it doesnt hold up to the wind, I will just peel it off. (sucks because I have to take my cool clown sticker off the windscreen
You must have a aerosol plasti dip. The hardware store only had a small can designed for dipping tools only.I will try and plati dip the outside of the windscreen tomorrow. Whats the worst that could happen? If it doesnt hold up to the wind, I will just peel it off. (sucks because I have to take my cool clown sticker off the windscreen