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Seems cool but I looked on the site. All after pictures. No before and after. The video shows some but not really enough to if a lay person could do it to the car. The rims look easy enough but for ~300.00 for a car, you wouldn't want to screw if up.
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Seems cool but I looked on the site. All after pictures. No before and after. The video shows some but not really enough to if a lay person could do it to the car. The rims look easy enough but for ~300.00 for a car, you wouldn't want to screw if up.
Their YouTube channel takes you from step 1 to the final product. They also have dyc University, https://www.dipyourcar.com/pages/dyc-university. I did my car about 8 months ago, I have removed it but it was a fairly easy process but time consuming.
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Their YouTube channel takes you from step 1 to the final product. They also have dyc University, https://www.dipyourcar.com/pages/dyc-university. I did my car about 8 months ago, I have removed it but it was a fairly easy process but time consuming.
Does it look like a factory paint job? Do you think it would last for 3 years like they claim?
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Does it look like a factory paint job? Do you think it would last for 3 years like they claim?
have 1 car that's going on 3 years and another thats about 2 years old. It doesn't look like factory paint unless you go into the real high end products they offer

i added weird/unique pearls

its a niche product but it works great.
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Does it look like a factory paint job? Do you think it would last for 3 years like they claim?
Did this a couple years back with chameleon flake. Loved the way it made my car look. There are cheaper places to buy in bulk but dipyourcar is a good place to get started and/or but the sprayer just from.

Realistically it will last around a year. Gasoline and other petroleum products will literally melt the paint from the car and something will eventually get on your car.
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