Plasti Dip Blaze
Plasti Dip Blaze is a unique collection of neon Plasti Dip colors that deliver eye-catching looks for any application. Use Plasti Dip Blaze anywhere you need bright, easy to see colors.
Plasti Dip Blaze looks great on cars bikes tools and safety equipment, around the house and garden, arts and crafts.
The Blaze collection applies quickly and easily to nearly any substrate material, and creates a protective coating to shield against abrasion, corrosion, mild impact, and the elements. Plasti Dip Blaze also creates a soft, easy-grip surface that helps prevent skidding and slipping.
If the coating gets damaged or wears out, or if you decide to change the look of your Plasti Dipped items, cured Plasti Dip Blaze will peel off easily from most surfaces. It leaves the material underneath in its original, pre-Dipped condition.
For the brightest possible colours, it is best to apply Plasti Dip Blaze over a white base, preferably white Plasti Dip or Full dip for optimum brightness.
Due to their unique composition, fluorescent pigments like the ones used in Plasti Dip Blaze tend to fade faster than other colours. Plasti Dip has taken preventative measures, including the addition of a UV protector to the formula, to help our Blaze colours stay brighter longer, but some fading is inevitable. However, in most instances, quick touch ups as needed should be sufficient to keep Blaze colours bright.
Surfaces which are non-absorbent such as metals should be primed using our recommended Primers, which are available in Clear and Grey.
At iplastidip.ie We have a great selection of colours in Plasti Dip Blaze in 5 litre cans and Aerosol.
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.