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Old 05-25-2012, 02:50 PM   #49
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Originally Posted by liquiddawn View Post
I understand that but you've effectively doubled the work you need to do since now you have to take it off completely and I would think sand and primer the bumper again to make sure it's ready for paint.
Peeling it off is very easy. After you peel it off you would only have to do the normal steps for painting it that you would have to take after buying a new bumper.

You don't sand the bumper before painting it with plasti dip if that's what you're thinking.

You want it to be able to peel off. So all you do is buy a new bumper, do nothing to it, and spray it with plasti dip. Then peel it off when you don't want it.
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