How to Plasti Dip Jeep Wrangler Wheels (without removing the wheels)
How to Plasti Dip Jeep Wrangler Wheels
(without removing the wheels)
Step 1: Gather Supplies
You will need:
3 Cans of Plastidip
5 Kitchen garbage bags
Knife or scissors
A flathead screwdriver
Step 2: Clean Your Wheels
Make sure you thoroughly clean your wheels with a good brake dust removal cleaner. Make sure they are also dry and that you have given your Jeep and its brakes plenty of time to cool down.
Step 3: Tape off your wheels
Use the painters tape to mask the wheel nuts and valve stem to protect them from the Plasti-dip spray. Use the screwdriver to make sure the tape is pressed down to the nuts.
Step 4: Cut the garbage bag and insert
Cut the garbage bag down the seam to make a flat sheet of plastic. Start by stuffing the bad into one of the open spokes of the Jeep wheel.
Step 5: Wrap the bag around the brake
Slide the bag around the entire wheel and wrap it around the brake to protect it.
Step 6: Wheel is ready to be sprayed
Make sure that you have properly covered the brake and any other part of the wheel you do not want to spray black.
Step 7: First coat of Plastidip
Hold the can about 12 inches from the wheel and spray in light fast swipes until the wheel has a complete coat.
Step 8: Second Coat
Allow the first coat to dry for at least 20 minutes before applying the second coat. Be sure to cover the entire wheel with the second coat as it can be harder to see that you have full coverage.
Step 9: Remove the bag and tape
Allow at least 30 minutes after the second coat to make sure the plasti-dip is completely dry before removing the painters tape and plastic bag. Carefully remove the tape and slide the plastic bag out the same way you put it into the wheel.
Step 10: Love your new look!
This simple cheap upgrade to you Jeep can give you a great new look, enjoy it! Click this link for my video of the entire process.How to Plasti-Dip Jeep Wrangler Wheels Video
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