Plasti Dip Smoke

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Sorry if out of stock. Go to our parent site Full Dip Ireland and get Smoke Click here : Fulldip Smoke it’s a light, smoky gray. Each additional coat gives Plasti Dip Smoke a darker, deeper hue, from grey to charcoal to black.

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Plasti Dip Smoke

Plastidip Smoke is a special formulation with a translucent, black-gray color. It's distinctive look is great for automotive projects and 1,001 other uses. Plasti Dip Smoke will give your custom car, or any project, a 'one of a kind' look.

Unique among Plastidip varieties, Plasti Dip Smoke's color changes gradually as more coats are added. After just one or two coats, it's a light, smoky gray. Each additional coat gives Plasti Dip Smoke a darker, deeper hue, from grey to charcoal to black, all with the same distinct smokiness.

Like all types of Plasti Dip, Plasti Dip Smoke creates a protective coating that protects against abrasion, corrosion, mild impact, and the elements. It can be applied to nearly any substrate surface, and creates a soft, rubbery, easy-grip surface.

Plasti Dip Smoke is available in aerosol cans at iplastidip shop for fast, convenient application. Just shake it up and spray it on. It's never been easier to add unrivaled style and protection to any DIY project.
Using Plasti Dip Spray in cooler temperatures can affect drying times, finish quality, and spray performance. If you plan on spraying your project in cooler conditions, we recommend pre-warming the aerosol can by placing it in a warm room and allowing the contents to reach room temperature. Make sure you mix spray paint thoroughly by shaking can for 2 minutes before spraying plasti dip and repeat mixing process before each additional coat. Under no circumstances should users subject the aerosol can to temperatures above 48°Celsius or use heat from an open flame or other sources of ignition to pre-warm the spray can. Additionally, cooler conditions may affect the surface you are spraying. If you are concerned about spraying your project in cooler temperatures, test in an inconspicuous area first to ensure the resulting finish will be what you’re looking for.