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Apprentice

Registered: 02-2004
Location: England
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Non-spray Plasti Dip


I've just taken delivery of some plasti-dip and I'd ordered the wrong type. I'd ordered the stuff which isn't in an aerosol can.

If it possible to just paint the stuff on, or should I invest in a cheap sprayer?

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Registered: 02-2004
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Re: Non-spray plasti-dip


Either way most likely. I never used that stuff but I paint the spray on all the time with a brush or Q-tips.

Why don't you just return it and exchange it?


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Registered: 02-2004
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Re: Non-spray plasti-dip


You can spray the brush-on Plasti-Dip. I think in the directions on the can it states that it can be sprayed, you'll just have to thin it down to the consistency of the spray type. A better finish is achieved with spray.

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