Wrap your ride!
We use a product called Plastic Dip. Plastic Dip is a multi-purpose, air dry, specialty rubber coating. It can be applied by dipping, brushing, or spraying. It protects against acids, moisture, abrasion, corrosion, slipping/skidding, and provides a controlled, comfortable grip. It stays flexible and stretchy over time and will not crack or get brittle in extreme temperatures. Plastic Dip has been tested and proven to withstand temperatures from -30 to 200 degrees.
Benefits of Plastic Dip:
More durable than paint when applied correctly. More effective against chipping and scratching. Can be easily removed without damaging existing surface. Adds years of durability and life. Available in a variety of colours and finishes to choose from. Leaves a sleek smooth texture when applied correctly. Can be applied to almost all surfaces. Resistant to corrosion, abrasion, moisture, slipping/skidding and acids. Provides excellent controlled grip. Much more cost effective than paint and vinyl. Tested and proven to withstand temperatures from -30 to 200 degrees. Will not crack or get brittle. Why choose Plastic Dip over Vinyl? For years, there has been quite a bit of debate on whether you should go with Plastic Dip or a vinyl wrap for a vehicle. While each has its own benefits, I would much rather stick with Plastic Dip. Having your car wrapped in vinyl can cost you a fortune to have done, and that's if you can find someone with the experience to get the job done correctly. Having your car dipped will cost you less than vinyl, and look no further, because you have already found us, and we would love to provide you with our services. If you happen to damage your vinyl by scratching it or getting chips from rocks or even leaning on it, then that will lead to a very costly repair. Plastic Dip on the other hand can be repaired in a short amount of time and at a fraction of the cost. Vinyl is a very tedious task, in some cases, it can take up to 2-3 days to complete. With Plastic Dip, We can have you vehicle Dipped and completed in one day (in most cases). So before you make your decision, Take a moment and weigh out the options. Ask yourself what you would be more comfortable with, and what you want you are willing to spend.