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Old 10-06-2012, 12:21 AM   #1
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Cool DIY: Easi[er] Way to Remove Plasti-Dip!

Hey everyone, have any of you ever Plasti-Dipped? Its a great product, but sometimes you mess up and need it redone. I'm going to help you guys learn a quick tip, especially for the newer people to the *Plasti-Dip, world!

Items Needed:
Goo Gone [I used the one I had at home, so free for me, But the 8 .oz is about $3.50 USD at *Ho Depot.
Some Micro Fiber cloths [Have at home. I believe you can get this at *Ho Depot as well.
and a bit of time!

Start out by letting the microfiber cloth sit in a bit of Goo-Gone
Then wipe the area you want to remove the Plasti-Dip from.
NOTE: This won't dissolve the Dip, it will simply make the dip tighten, and a bit easier to remove.
Do this a few times, [I did 5 passes over 3 coats.]
Now start peeling away The dip from a corner, and VOILA! Much easier to remove.

Thanks for reading, and please feel free to share your opinions!
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