Volkswagen GTI: Full Body + Wheels Plasti Dip

 

There’s something new in town, and The Spokane Shop is all over it! You’ve most likely heard of Plasti Dip, the process of adding a protective layer of synthetic rubber to your car, all the while giving your car a new look. Recently, The Spokane Shop once again worked its magic and Plasti Dipped a Volkswagen GTI. The entire body and wheels were done to make the car glow. The car is now fully protected from abrasions and water damage, all the while sporting a head-turning look. Read on to find out more about what Plasti Dip is.

Why would someone Plasti Dip their car? The reasons are many! First off, your car is constantly at battle against the elements of the road and the harsh sun. Plasti Dip adds a protective layer to your car that withstands heat and cold. In addition, it protects from abrasions, corrosion, and acids. This material also resists moisture. Plasti Dip is beyond just giving your car a new colorful look, it’s a smart move to counterattack the harsh roads and keep the value of your vehicle.

The question arises, how expensive is it to Plasti Dip your car? If you’re Gung Ho in your attitude, you might consider risking $500 to get the materials needed and jumping onto YouTube to see how it’s done. Afterwards, you’ll need to invest hours into learning how to do a Plasti Dip job that’ll look professional. On average, you’d need to dip about 10 cars before you get the ins and outs of the process. Now, unless you have 10 willing friends who would gladly let you experiment on their cars, you’re pretty much left with a whole bunch of expensive equipment and a few YouTube videos. Yes, YouTube makes it look super easy, but so does walking on water in the Jesus movies. For the best paint job and for your guaranteed satisfaction you’ll find no better place than The Spokane Shop for your Plasti Dip needs.

There are some additional things to consider if you’re thinking of doing Plasti Dip yourself. When applying Plasti Dip to your car, if you don’t do it in a controlled environment or properly apply the paint, the texture of the synthetic rubber will vary on different areas or your car and you won’t be able to create that smooth, uniform glow. Overall, there’s an entire process that goes into applying a professional Plasti Dip to your car and The Spokane Shop takes great care to make your Plasti Dip experience a professional and memorable one. Otherwise, DIY Plasti Dip and you might have quite the surprise next time you go through a car wash and you find your Plasti Dip peeling before your eyes. Do it right the first time, take it to The Spokane Shop where they make sure several layers of high quality Plasti Dip are applied to your car ensuring a professional bond that is made to last years.

Plasti Dip is highly customizable. You can go for any color and The Spokane Shop will work its magic and give your car a brand new look. Plasti Dip doesn’t only apply to the body but can also be applied to wheels as with the GTI that The Spokane Shop did. Choose matching colors and your car will be sure to stand out with its customized body and wheels. To ensure the best quality bonding, The Spokane Shop highly recommends Detailing to make sure that your car is ready for the job. It’s easy to set up an appointment and get a quote, just give them a call and you’re on your way of revolutionizing your ride!

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Volkswagen GTI: Full Body + Wheels Plasti Dip

 

There’s something new in town, and The Spokane Shop is all over it! You’ve most likely heard of Plasti Dip, the process of adding a protective layer of synthetic rubber to your car, all the while giving your car a new look. Recently, The Spokane Shop once again worked its magic and Plasti Dipped a Volkswagen GTI. The entire body and wheels were done to make the car glow. The car is now fully protected from abrasions and water damage, all the while sporting a head-turning look. Read on to find out more about what Plasti Dip is.

Why would someone Plasti Dip their car? The reasons are many! First off, your car is constantly at battle against the elements of the road and the harsh sun. Plasti Dip adds a protective layer to your car that withstands heat and cold. In addition, it protects from abrasions, corrosion, and acids. This material also resists moisture. Plasti Dip is beyond just giving your car a new colorful look, it’s a smart move to counterattack the harsh roads and keep the value of your vehicle.

The question arises, how expensive is it to Plasti Dip your car? If you’re Gung Ho in your attitude, you might consider risking $500 to get the materials needed and jumping onto YouTube to see how it’s done. Afterwards, you’ll need to invest hours into learning how to do a Plasti Dip job that’ll look professional. On average, you’d need to dip about 10 cars before you get the ins and outs of the process. Now, unless you have 10 willing friends who would gladly let you experiment on their cars, you’re pretty much left with a whole bunch of expensive equipment and a few YouTube videos. Yes, YouTube makes it look super easy, but so does walking on water in the Jesus movies. For the best paint job and for your guaranteed satisfaction you’ll find no better place than The Spokane Shop for your Plasti Dip needs.

There are some additional things to consider if you’re thinking of doing Plasti Dip yourself. When applying Plasti Dip to your car, if you don’t do it in a controlled environment or properly apply the paint, the texture of the synthetic rubber will vary on different areas or your car and you won’t be able to create that smooth, uniform glow. Overall, there’s an entire process that goes into applying a professional Plasti Dip to your car and The Spokane Shop takes great care to make your Plasti Dip experience a professional and memorable one. Otherwise, DIY Plasti Dip and you might have quite the surprise next time you go through a car wash and you find your Plasti Dip peeling before your eyes. Do it right the first time, take it to The Spokane Shop where they make sure several layers of high quality Plasti Dip are applied to your car ensuring a professional bond that is made to last years.

Plasti Dip is highly customizable. You can go for any color and The Spokane Shop will work its magic and give your car a brand new look. Plasti Dip doesn’t only apply to the body but can also be applied to wheels as with the GTI that The Spokane Shop did. Choose matching colors and your car will be sure to stand out with its customized body and wheels. To ensure the best quality bonding, The Spokane Shop highly recommends Detailing to make sure that your car is ready for the job. It’s easy to set up an appointment and get a quote, just give them a call and you’re on your way of revolutionizing your ride!

Looking for other ways of protecting your ride? Check out Paint Protection Film.

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