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Unread 07-24-2013, 08:57 AM   #1
nathanmilsaps
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Plasti-dip Flares? JK or older

It seems most older Jeeps that I see have faded plastic flares. I don't want this, ever.
I've done my research here and know of Penetrol, Blackfire Wet Diamond synthetic sealer, etc... I've even used Black Ice on my previous cars with good luck.
Question is, has anyone plastidipped their flares? Would they be more inclined to pick up and keep dirt? Not mud, just the typical everyday wet dirt from puddles, wet roads, etc... It seems the stock flares like that stuff.
Also, the plastidip may help with scratches on the trail, but that would be like 5% of my drive time. So mainly concerned about the stickiness.

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