When you want it to, Plasti Dip actually does peel off. But one reason Plasti Dip might be hard to remove is if it was applied in too thin a coat. If the layer of Plasti Dip is too thin, it will tear into several pieces as you try to peel it off, making removal a real headache.
To make removing Plasti Dip easier, add another coat (4 to 5 coats in total would be very helpful), because Plasti Dip adheres best to itself. That added strength of an additional layer lets you peel it all off in one piece. Those added layers also add durability while it’s still in place.
For anyone thinking to apply this to their wheels, use 5 coats. you really need it to build up the proper thickness for easier removal. Also make the first coat like a fine mist, this improves adhesion for the remainder coats.
once it cures (2 weeks after application) it won’t just fall off on its own. You’ll have to pick at it for a bit, get a edge going and start peeling back.
So to sum it up. Does it peel off easily? Yes, it’s removable by definition.. but it won’t start to peel off on its own. Plasti dip is durable.