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Dip Protect could last up to 3 years if applied properly. It is very durable and will not lose its bond. The durability of the product is determined by a number of coats and the spray distance when applied. If you want to refresh your car's look you can apply a fresh coat of Dip Protect.
Dip Protect is highly resistant to the elements, including winter ice, cold, salt, sun exposure etc. A lot of customers actually dip their wheels and cars specifically to protect the original surfaces from the winter season. Please keep in mind however that NEON products are subject to fading after prolonged UV exposure.
Dip Protect is heat resistant up to 90°C (200°F). Dip coated wheels are known to hold up to the heat and abuse from racing or rally events. Also, we have a series of heat-resistant products called DIP Protect Acrylic Heat-Resistant. It is an acrylic based paint which can withstand 600°C (1110°F).
We recommend you to do some testing before dipping a whole car.
Apply the product to a small inconspicuous area and remove the dip after it's dried to make sure the new paint can cope with application and removal process.
To make sure Dip Protect peels off, we recommend you to apply at least 6 coats. For winter wheels you can do a few extra coats for better protection.
Before applying Dip Protect you have to make sure that surface is absolutely clean and has no dirt, debris, grease, oil or wax on it.
Let the surface to dry completely after you clean it. Any moisture can cause bubbling or bad bonding.
Dip Protect does peel off the tires, but if you want to make the process a little easier you can mask off the area around the rim.
Dip Protect works the same for most of our customers. However, every car is unique so there may be some surfaces that make Dip Protect behave differently.
Throughout all dip jobs we've done so far, not a single car was damaged by peeling or redipping. However, every surface is different, so Dip Protect can't possibly guarantee the same result on every car. Therefore we recommend you do some testings, especially if the car was repainted or paint was repaired.
Dipped items/cars can be easily hand washed with regular car wash soap. When you use a high-pressure washer keep 40-50 cm distance from the car.
Yes, Dip Protect can be used as a clear protective bra.
Dip Protect does peel off of most lights, however, there may be some lights that don't interact very well the product, so we recommend you to mask them off. Also, we have developed a product special for tinting taillights and headlights called Dip Protect SMOKE.
The recommended distance for aerosol cans is 10-12 cm (4-5 inches) and 20-25 cm (8-10 inches) for Dip Spray Guns.
Dip Protect holds up to cold, ice, and salt extremely well. Dipping is a great way to protect your wheels for the winter season.
Amount of product depends on the size of the vehicle, its current color and the color you would like to dip it. We suggesting contacting us to give you the right information.
Aerosol can should be shaken very well before use. We don't recommend to store cans below room temperature (20°C / 70°F) before application. Temperature is a crucial factor when it comes to aerosols because atomization of a product depends on it. Using a cold spray may end up with drips or uneven leveling.
We offer multiple products for gloss finish: Dip Protect High Gloss, Dip Protect Acrylic Ultra High Gloss, and Dip Protect Top Coat Finisher. If you need help with choosing a right product, contact our technicians.
We recommend using base coats for white or light colored cars to get a better finish. You can always contact us to find out if need a base coat for your dip job.