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Performix 11203 Plasti Dip Black Multi-Purpose Rubber Coating Aerosol - 11 oz.
Protects coated items against moisture, acids and corrosionProvides a non-slip, comfortable and controlled gripRemains flexible, stretchy and will not crack or become brittle in extreme weather conditionsProvides protection against electrical shock, vibration, heat and deadens soundEasy to remove from most surfaces when ready to return to original surface
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80 Reddit comments about Performix 11203 Plasti Dip Black Multi-Purpose Rubber Coating Aerosol - 11 oz.:

u/AnonimKristen · 247 pointsr/videos

Spray the dash with Plastidip, no glare. If it's unsafe and Nissan isn't budging, fix it yourself or don't drive it. The hope of this going viral and getting fixed isn't worth the risk of killing some kid on a bike.

u/eterrya · 9 pointsr/Abode

I sprayed a door/window sensor and magnet with Plasti Dip and then mounted the sensor to the gate and the magnet to the wall. I would have preferred to mount the sensor to the wall and the magnet to the gate, but there wasn't enough clearance between the gate and the wall for the sensor.

I figured I would try it and see if it would fail after a few weeks or not and so far, so good. It has been on for about 10+ months and has survived the weather in Arizona (heat, thunderstorms and sandstorms).

The tape used for mounting (I don't think I used the standard tape it came with) has also held up well. I did make sure to scrub the area with an alcohol swab or two before mounting.

When it is time to replace the battery, I'll remove the coating, which can be peeled off, replace the battery, spray it again, and then remount.

The black coating makes it blend in to the black frame of the gate, so it does not stand out, which is nice, and I am getting ready to do the same for another gate real soon.

(This is my first post, so I'm not sure how to add a picture of it.)

u/zombie_girraffe · 9 pointsr/gundeals

After you pluck the foam to the shape you want, cover it with some plasti-dip spray rubber.

It basically glues the rest of the rest of the foam pieces together and makes the foam less absorbant.

Do not try to use the non-spray variety. I tried both and the non-spray variety was a fucking disaster, when it dried it shrunk unevenly which completely warped the foam and it was a pain in the ass to apply evenly. I ended up throwing that foam away.

u/thrilhouse03 · 7 pointsr/teslamotors

You can get it at Walmart, or anywhere that has paint.

u/dan2021 · 7 pointsr/Multicopter

I had a similar exposed camera and used plastidip (link below) to coat the exposed PCB. It also comes in a little paint can if you don't want the aerosol can. The stuff works well for all sorts of electronics you might want to protect.

u/cmboorad · 7 pointsr/FJCruiser

Performix 11203 Plasti Dip Black Multi-Purpose Rubber Coating Aerosol - 11 oz.

u/Xerokine · 5 pointsr/Charger

Here's also a list of the mods, how much, and where I got them.


Black rims $192.25x4 = $769
Window tint $180
Spoiler $100
Side Stripes $30

Tail light blackout $20

Sidemarker $15

Rear Decal: $50

345/Hemi Emblems black $34

Plasti-dip for Decals $6.00

Rock Guard $60


Air Filter+Recharge $63

Oil Catch Can $150


Tazer+Bypass $300
Atturo Az850 275/40R20 $127.55x4 = $510

Mid-Muffler Delete $163

u/mmoncur · 4 pointsr/Aquariums

Some people use plasti-dip. Waterproof, lasts, peels off easily if you change your mind.

u/brycemb · 4 pointsr/bikewrench

Use a plasti dip coating to paint the surface of the lock. It's the same stuff that's used to coat handles on tools.

u/user258932 · 4 pointsr/BarefootRunning

socks + [spray on rubber] (
works amazing, is crazy cheap, and if the rubber wears down you re apply, machine washable, get black spray on black socks and you're good to go. i have a few pairs

u/czrabode · 3 pointsr/Abode

It's not the prettiest thing in the world but it works. My kids keep leaving the fence door open so I wanted a sensor in it. Plus I wanted it to trigger the alarm when we are in away mode to decrease reaction time of police.

Plastidip is a removable, sprayable, type of waterproofing.

Now if I can do an outdoor siren...

Any ideas on an outdoor siren?

Here is Plastidip.

u/tmr567 · 3 pointsr/golf

You should try it yourself! It is super easy and if you mess up it come off really well. You can get some spray stuff on amazon. It works just like spray paint

u/rootbeerfetish · 3 pointsr/techsupport

There's an alternative kind of paint PC modders sometimes use. Its called Plasti Dip. Its basically rubber paint in a can. Its non-conductive and people have applied it directly to motherboards even. Though I wouldn't recommend insulating chipset heatsinks and caps but its safe none the less.

u/chooch138 · 3 pointsr/4Runner

I took my 2015 rails off 2 weeks ago, laid them out and just put a few coats of "Plastidip" on them. They look much better.

u/darren449 · 3 pointsr/trees

The platidip around here comes in a can you just spray on. Similar to a can of spray paint. You shouldn't need anything besides the can!

u/Yetzz · 3 pointsr/Abode

You can plasti dip them.

There's someone on here that did this a while back and it was working fine.

u/JustinHardigree · 3 pointsr/XVcrosstrek
u/aloofinecstasy · 2 pointsr/GolfGTI
u/Ageneral_Feeling · 2 pointsr/MechanicalKeyboards

Here's what you're looking for

u/pkohlii · 2 pointsr/civic
u/brewyet · 2 pointsr/Ultralight

I use plasti-dip on mine. I just dipped the handle in it. I put 2 coats. I don't cut my hand anymore. They sale it in a can at Harbor Frieght if you have one close by.


u/lavender_ice · 2 pointsr/rav4club

It only cost $48 and I have a whole can left over. I just wanted to see what it would look like with black rims because the sliver paint was chipping off.

Plasti Dip:

Scouring Pads:

u/BulletBilly97 · 2 pointsr/pcmasterrace

plasti dip, you can find it in most stores that sell paint products


u/xquicksilv3rgx · 2 pointsr/ElectricScooters

Plastidip! I mean it's what I used for my car and also Xiaomi M365 and it works. Have yet to try it on my rev though :)

Performix 11203 Plasti Dip Black Multi-Purpose Rubber Coating Aerosol - 11 oz.

u/alrashid2 · 2 pointsr/XVcrosstrek

Sure, it is just your typical Plasti Dip classic black 11 oz can. Here's a link to the one I used, though I bought mine at Lowes for like 6 bucks.

u/toodr · 2 pointsr/BuyItForLife

I bought a set of WearEver stainless, induction-ready pans several years ago and they're still like new. The nonstick is completely unscratched, everything seems top-notch. I expect they will last me a lifetime, but you can certainly spend a lot more and get some which are nicer in some way.

The only thing I don't like about them is the lid handles get hot; I coated mine with PlastiDip but idk if that is safe for the oven; I only use these on the stovetop.

u/instaeighth · 2 pointsr/vaporents

You can buy spray plasti dip.

u/advicevice · 2 pointsr/PS4

But you should be able to find Plastidip at any hardware store.

u/SpaceCowboy2112 · 2 pointsr/Cartalk

I think Plasti Dip is pretty cool. It's temporary but it protects the metal surface and it looks good too. One cool thing is you can put it on with an HVLP gun or a can. If you screw something up, you can peel that part off and respray it without doing the whole car. There's just no reason to be driving around in a tri-color hoopty with this stuff around.

u/HandsOffMyDitka · 1 pointr/xboxone

You could try this stuff. Plasti Dip.
Not sure how the clear would look. I've used the black, and blaze orange on my hand tools and it holds up quite well.

u/longpantsman18 · 1 pointr/civic

I used Plasti-Dip, this stuff here:

If you try, look up tutorials on youtube and be careful about application. The stuff is holding on really well through rain and snow with no sign of deterioration

u/THEMCV · 1 pointr/subaru

7 coats of black and 5 coats of gold. :)

4 cans should be enough for four wheels and I think 3 is enough for the gold. :)

u/leroywhat · 1 pointr/pcmasterrace
  1. Depending on location, under $10
  2. Depending on location, Home Depot/Lowes/Amazon
  3. No need to primer or sand (though it can help I don't recommend)
  4. Tutorial!
u/STR4NGE · 1 pointr/EliteDangerous

I have the same chair. I traded it in for a DX Racer but I did not need to... It's a great chair. If I may offer a suggestion. Coat the parts you made with [plasti dip.] ( That would be the finishing touch.

u/StrawBari · 1 pointr/bicycling

You can always use Plasti Dip. It is basically spray paint but it is non permanent and can be removed.

u/beer_fist · 1 pointr/cosplay

Yeah i read to maybe use a foam sealer of some kind before painting it, with maybe acrylic paint? This stuff??

u/seuss_-MD · 1 pointr/Chevy


I got mine at home depot

u/makken · 1 pointr/infiniti

I did 6 coats, about 15 minutes of drying between coats. Brand wise, i just brought the first one that came up on amazon:

u/invin10001 · 1 pointr/watercooling

The one I'm using is Performix, not sure if that's the original. I picked it up from HomeDepot but you may even be able to find it at the local auto shop. I've used it to blacken the headlight rings on my car. Amazon link:

u/soundwaveprime · 1 pointr/cosplayers

one of my friends used clear coat to make it more shiny but I just used plastidip and then the color that I wanted and it worked pretty well

here is an amazon link to stuff we used it comes in different colors as well.

u/Charizard9000 · 1 pointr/buildapc

for cables, check out either cablemod or mainframecustoms

for painting, I dont think there's a service that you can just ship your parts off to have them painted, but for painting pc parts, use plastidip. it's non-conductive, covers in 2 coats, comes in like 1000 colors, and is REMOVABLE just by peeling it off. for your case you may want to use something else, but for backplates and ssd's use plastidip

here's a linus video on plastidipping parts

u/remembertosmilebot · 1 pointr/4Runner

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u/po2gdHaeKaYk · 1 pointr/homegym

I do have this stuff at home which I used to coat my GoPro casing to blacken it. I used maybe 2 coats, but honestly the durability is a bit crap. I doubt very much it would stand up to the abrasion requirements of racking a barbell.

u/graffin · 1 pointr/ToyotaTundra
u/seriouslyawesome · 1 pointr/macsetups

You could fashion a wall shelf for the MB with two wall shelf brackets (mounted upside-down) and a can of rubber spray for like $12. For the display, I'd go with the standard VESA wall-mounting option of your choice.

Edit: Shit, I might do this for myself now.

u/twinbee · 1 pointr/Magnets

Thanks! I'm a home user, and yes I meant 200kg force (Ebay sells them for about £40).

> Ok so to answer your question: you could wrap it in a rubber mold (which you can paint on in layers)

Any high rated product from you can recommend? How about something like this:

Also maybe this?

I think the idea with this second one is to dip objects in multiple times (waiting minutes or hours between each layer), and each time a layer is added. You can dip multiple times, and get it as thick as you want.

> or even glue on sheets of rubber (probably your best bet)

Again, any product page you can point me to? Hopefully, UHU all purpose glue will stick it together. This approach will look less 'clean' than the previous though...

I don't mind not using rubber by the way.

> Remember, the thicker your protective layer, the bigger your air gap, and the weaker the strength will be.

If the distance is more than a few centimetres, the force will be the same AFAIK. It's only weaker in the sense that the metal can't physically touch the actual magnet if it's got a coating.

> And as always, be careful with magnets that strong!

That's why I want to get it coated :)

How do you rate the safety of a cube versus a cylinder versus a sphere? A sphere has no sharp edges or corners, but perhaps more importantly, flat metallic objects won't have so much surface area to 'touch' the spherical surface completely (unless the object was also curved like the magnet, which is unlikely).

Not sure how easy it is to detach metal objects from a 2" diameter sphere though compared to an equivalently strong cube (about 1.6" cube).

> They are cool and fun, but things go wrong very quickly in ways you will not expect.

Any stories to share? Have you ever come close to an accident?

u/xxfrisketxx · 1 pointr/funny

Plasti Dip you can buy black and white at walmart and you can peel the paint off whenever you want. youtube it

u/apocalypticash · 1 pointr/cosplay

Actually, his second guide tells you all about paint! His guides are VERY useful, and if you're interested, he also does a weekly Q&A livestream via Google Hangouts where you can ask questions about foam fabrication (among other things, usually) and he answers them right then and there! If you follow his Facebook page, he will post who his guest for the week (if any) is, and what time he's streaming.

I hope this helps you out! (To be honest, I'm not a big fan of making armor out of foam, but I've been giving it more of a shot lately. For the foam things that I HAVE made, I've used Plasti-Dip to seal, and then whatever color of spray paints I need, followed by acrylics for details/weathering.)

Edit - Formatting & a word

u/FyourKarma · 1 pointr/VaperCraft

Performix 11203 Plasti Dip Black Multi-Purpose Rubber Coating Aerosol - 11 oz. by Performix

u/wallyTHEgecko · 1 pointr/PlantedTank

I originally looked to fit the seachem bottles with pumps but couldn't find anything that'd fit. It's just a big bottle with a little opening. Here's the bottles I ended up buying. And here's the plasti-dip I used. Although I bought the plasti-dip at the local Lowes for less than Amazon sells it for.

Edit: while getting the link for those bottles, I found a pack of black bottles in the list of related items. More expensive, but it'd have probably been easier. Link

u/PastramiSwissRye · 1 pointr/Filmmakers

Plasti-dip. Spray it on like spray paint, but peels off like tape.

u/CherryBlossomStorm · 1 pointr/buildapc

Electrical tape to tape off any ports first. Then use plasti-dip :

u/puppiesaredope · 1 pointr/ar15

You should buy some rubber spray off amazon and spray your foam so it doesn’t fall apart. That’s the move.

Performix 11203 Plasti Dip Black Multi-Purpose Rubber Coating Aerosol - 11 oz.

u/Xphiar · 1 pointr/discgolf

Most people spray it on the bottom of their bags so they don't get soggy and wet. Amazon has it and most hardware stores do as well. Just google disc golf plasti-dip bags and I'm sure you're see some threads about it.

u/lazy_eye_of_sauron · 1 pointr/SteamController

No problem. You more or less do the same thing for the paddle. If you are doing just that though, why not use some plasti-dip? Comes in many colors, gives you some extra grip, and no need to prime. Just clean it, coat it, and let it sit for however long it says on the can.

u/monsters2343 · 1 pointr/pcmasterrace

FYI it is not hard to plasti-dip anything these days nor would it take tons or even need to be dipped any more as plasti-dip come sin spray can form.*Version*=1&*entries*=0

u/ThisAintItChieftain · 1 pointr/hometheater

Is it just regular black plasti dip like this?

Or is it some special stuff, like a kit, matte, glossy, etc.?

Thanks again! Def going with your plan.

u/Puddle_Jumper31 · 1 pointr/Lyft

Plasti Dip

Its that easy

Like slapping a coat of paint on an old motorcycle!

u/orwhaleca · 1 pointr/pcmods
u/ChaddiusThunderloins · 1 pointr/Jeep

Stock rubicon wheels. Sprayed with Plasti Dip, cheap and easy.

u/Samopotamus · 1 pointr/army

A better idea might be to turn it inside out and spray it with some aerosol Plastidip. It is readily available at any home improvement store, or Wal-Mart or whatever.

u/ehferking · 1 pointr/howto

Oooh. Shiny. Black plasti-dip on the butt would probably look nice and provide some extra grip (don't forget to rough up the surface before applying several coats).

Also available at your local auto parts store.

u/Fauropitotto · 0 pointsr/mazda3

You can find the black Mazda badges here and here.