Plasti Dip Glossifier
Plasti Dip Glossifier and all Enhancers are specially designed to make the already-outstanding Plasti Dip home solutions even better. Enhancers are easy to use and will give any Plasti Dipped item a unique look.
Plasti Dip, whether in the original dip-on/brush-on formula or the aerosol variety, dries to a soft, satin finish. This look works fine for many applications, but often a different finish is desired. With Plasti Dip Glossifier, you can give any Plasti Dipped item a glossy, polished look.
Plasti Dip Glossifier is ideal for automotive applications, arts,crafts, hobbies and many more uses. Plasti Dip Glossifier and both colors of Plasti Dip Metalizer are available in 11-oz. aerosol cans. They apply quickly and easily-shake them up and spray them on, just like the spray-on Plasti Dip.
Using Plasti Dip Enhancers couldn't be easier; the results couldn't be better. More Information: Plasti Dip Enhancers are formulated to bond with the unique chemical structure of cured Plasti Dip for superior adhesion and long life. Plasti Dip Enhancers are not recommended for use on any other surface. See product labels for further information.
HINTS: A dry film thickness of 12-15 mils is recommended for best results. Approximate dry mil thickness per coat for spraying 2-5 mils. Allow 4 hours dry time per coat before use. Allow overnight drying whenever possible.
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.