On your 2017 Ridgeline... Did you install or have installed the Honda Sport grille with the carbon fiber element? Were you satisfied with the look? Any downside? Money well spent?
I got rid of the chrome on the back including the strips on the bumper. I'm going to attempt to plastidip the grille this weekend. We'll see how it goes.
Donski, I used plastidip and blue painters tape, and some old newspaper. See this thread for results. I also did the chrome trip by the doors. It was cheap and easy.What did you use on the chrome strips. I would like to do the same around the doors
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Red stitching? Like a civic SI or Integra type R?Hey, Guido, you da man! That really looks good. Now, you just have to figure out how to get some nice, red stitching for your seats!
And, GTRdone, that big, black "H" against the white tailgate is a real grabber! It looks a lot better than I would have imagined.
Our forester xt I mentioned has been through many washes, both hand and drive through, and a couple winters without any problems. However, I haven't taken a pressure washer directly to the grille. The plastidip seems to stick very well to everything I've used it on, including all the plastics on my honda crf230f, 2 vehicle grilles etc. I haven't tried yet, but I think I'll be able to spray over the existing plastidip for touch up purposes. The good thing is that if I'm wrong it'll all peel off anyway.Hi
Have you or can you power wash an area of the car that was painted with this product without damage?
Have you found this product sticks better (more durable) when applied over a painted surface or chrome?
Regarding "touch up" mentioned in the blog.... Would it be better to just roll off the old plasidip coating and start over? Or can you get a good finish refresh over an old?
I have watched a few, of the many you tube videos, but I have a lot more to view. The you tube spokesperson welcomes questions, so if you do not know I will contact him. thx