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I seen some of the wildest paint jobs last weekend at the MudNat's, my question is how do they get the paint to stay on? I always thought that paint did not stick to plastic very well.
 

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could always do it the ******* way and sand them then spary on some of that Krylon Fusion
 

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i also think they dip them, painted plastics chip really bad. i wanted silver plastics on my brute really bad but i talked my self out of it just because they are painted.
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My dad owns a body shop and we paint plastic all the time. Theres a certain material that you have to spray on the plastic before you paint it so the paint will stick real good. We use automotive paint not any of that famous ******* "Krylon Fusion". Also we put flex in the paint so when it bends or if you bump it pretty hard the paint wont automatically crack or chip off. IM not saying that it wont come off, but it reduces the chance of it a little bit. If you have this kind of stuff in your hands i would say do it. Im not goping to blink an eye when i think i need to paint the plastics on my bike. Krylon Fusion ids great too, thats why my snorkels black and not white and gray.
 

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its called Mad Dog i think its an adhesive spary that you sparay on the plastic before paiting that allows thw paint to stick you can by the stuf anywhere even walmart
 
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