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01-07-2016, 04:24 PM,
#16
RE: My addiction to PD
Warms up? It's been around 15 in my garage for the last two weeks. If it warms up slightly before riding season starts I may try something on the bike. I'm thinking just black to start. :D
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01-07-2016, 06:00 PM,
#17
My addiction to PD
Lol @Elk it's been in the 30s -low 40s where I live. Not your typical Cali weather yesterday we had tornado warnings. Yes tornado warnings in San Diego


Kimberly aka Queen of Plasti-Dip Freaks.
Gracie 2007 RoadStar 1700
2015 STAR Chapter 224 President, El Cajon CA
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01-07-2016, 06:57 PM,
#18
RE: My addiction to PD
I lived in Orange County for 17 years and I had ice on my windshield once. People were horrified and didn't even know they had a defroster... Cali
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03-16-2016, 11:03 PM,
#19
My addiction to PD
well my attempt to do a fade requires more practice (a lot more). and a fellow PGR rider challenged me to do a different color than any shade of pink.

Here's Gracie's latest look.
[Image: 26f705642f40d2e448724bd9f84105e5.jpg]
with my lite pink gear I'll look either like an Easter egg or a bowl of rainbow sherbet. lol but never to worry I do have my bright pink blinded out license plate frame and a pink heart on back fender.


Kimberly aka Queen of Plasti-Dip Freaks.
Gracie 2007 RoadStar 1700
2015 STAR Chapter 224 President, El Cajon CA
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03-17-2016, 12:04 AM,
#20
My addiction to PD
Wow[SMILING FACE WITH OPEN MOUTH]
That's some serious change from pink .

I like it
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03-17-2016, 07:48 AM,
#21
RE: My addiction to PD
I just about fell out of my chair!! Rainbow Sherbert is probably a good description. Biggrin
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03-17-2016, 12:33 PM,
#22
My addiction to PD
(03-17-2016, 07:48 AM)Elk Wrote: I just about fell out of my chair!! Rainbow Sherbert is probably a good description. Biggrin

Sherbet, it only has 1 r. It's a pet peeve.


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03-17-2016, 03:31 PM,
#23
RE: My addiction to PD
Rolleyes
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03-17-2016, 07:18 PM,
#24
RE: My addiction to PD
(03-16-2016, 11:03 PM)Kimsnot Wrote: well my attempt to do a fade requires more practice (a lot more). and a fellow PGR rider challenged me to do a different color than any shade of pink.

Here's Gracie's latest look.
[Image: 26f705642f40d2e448724bd9f84105e5.jpg]
with my lite pink gear I'll look either like an Easter egg or a bowl of rainbow sherbet. lol but never to worry I do have my bright pink blinded out license plate frame and a pink heart on back fender.


Kimberly aka Queen of Plasti-Dip Freaks.
Gracie 2007 RoadStar 1700
2015 STAR Chapter 224 President, El Cajon CA
I like it. - (Forgive me if you already said how easy it is to remove....?) I plasti dipped the wheels on my Wrangler but don't plan on removing, just tetouching.
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03-22-2016, 10:52 PM, (This post was last modified: 03-22-2016, 10:53 PM by Kimsnot.)
#25
My addiction to PD
Here's how easy it is to peel Plasti Dip. This is from the lid to my saddle bag. I had 4 coats of white as a base then 2 of clear with the Pink pearls added.

[Image: 77e1bb44c5db32757a828804c0a29678.jpg]

Gracie is all blinged out now
[Image: eef3b95e02ccf19da9754892708b3b9e.jpg]


Kimberly aka Queen of Plasti-Dip Freaks.
Gracie 2007 RoadStar 1700
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03-23-2016, 12:16 AM,
#26
RE: My addiction to PD
(03-22-2016, 10:52 PM)Kimsnot Wrote: Here's how easy it is to peel Plasti Dip. This is from the lid to my saddle bag. I had 4 coats of white as a base then 2 of clear with the Pink pearls added.

[Image: 77e1bb44c5db32757a828804c0a29678.jpg]

Gracie is all blinged out now
[Image: eef3b95e02ccf19da9754892708b3b9e.jpg]


Kimberly aka Queen of Plasti-Dip Freaks.
Gracie 2007 RoadStar 1700
Oh wow! That's so cool. Thought it would be more difficult and messy to peel. I think I need to add a thicker layer to the wheels on my Jeep before I try to peel though. (I did 4 - 5 coats but still managed to under spray tricky spots.)

I think I'm definitely gonna do this to my bike some day. I enjoy painting.

That Gracie of yours can change personality as she pleases.
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03-23-2016, 08:30 AM,
#27
My addiction to PD
@yamamassgirl yes if the layers are to thin it will be hard to peel. I suggest search YouTube for dipyourcar and watch fonzies video on staying rims. lots of useful tips. it took me a few times and watching fonzies videos to learn how best to apply. (Dipyourcar.com is the main distributor of Plasti dip. )


Kimberly aka Queen of Plasti-Dip Freaks.
Gracie 2007 RoadStar 1700
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05-11-2016, 08:35 AM,
#28
My addiction to PD
Gracie is Naked but not Afraid

A few people have asked about removing Plasti Dip. It took me 3 1/2 minutes to peel the tank no damage to original paint or clearcoat.

https://vimeo.com/166193237


Kimberly aka Queen of Plasti-Dip Freaks.
Gracie 2007 RoadStar 1700
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05-11-2016, 09:09 AM,
#29
My addiction to PD
Nice Kim!
Can't wait to see what's Gracie going to look like next :)
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05-11-2016, 09:45 AM,
#30
RE: My addiction to PD
(05-11-2016, 08:35 AM)Kimsnot Wrote: Gracie is Naked but not Afraid

A few people have asked about removing Plasti Dip. It took me 3 1/2 minutes to peel the tank no damage to original paint or clearcoat.

https://vimeo.com/166193237


Kimberly aka Queen of Plasti-Dip Freaks.
Gracie 2007 RoadStar 1700
Awesome! ! I really want to dip my bike Phonecian Yellow. I think the pale yellow would have a cool vintage look againt the chrome. I wonder how many cans it would take. I'm sure I would have to prime a lot of white down first cuz my bike is red.
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