Pearlize the Finish of Your Vehicle the Easy Way

May, 2014 by Alma Abell

Giving your vehicle the pearlized look does not have to be difficult or costly. You can add a pearl look to an original paint job, or you can apply it to a Plasti Dip finish. Plasti Dip Pearlizer is part of the line of Enhancers that have been produced by Plasti Dip. Now you can give many different objects a pearlescent sheen along with a slight white tint. This type of enhancer is meant to go over a dried coating, or paint to give it a pearlescent look. You can use it to give arts and crafts projects a finish that resembles frost too. Make your winter and Christmas crafts even more beautiful with Plasti Dip.

How Pearlizer Works

Any project you have that you wish to apply Pearlizer to, requires that the surface is clean and dry, this includes cured Plasti Dip. In fact, Pearlizer is a perfect companion and finishing coat for all kinds of colored Plasti Dip. Simply spray it upon the desired surface and let the first coat dry. If you want, you can always add additional coats. Not only will it make your project look even shinier, it makes it easier to peel off later. That is right; you can peel it off too! That makes Plasti Dip Pearlizer very versatile too. If you are not happy with the look, simply peel it off and try again!

Add the Classy Look of Pearlizer to Almost Anything

You can pearlize almost any object that can withstand a rubber coating. Plasti Dip gives you so many different ways to use this creative product; your imagination can go crazy. Consider adding a pearlized layer to different parts of your car such as the bumpers, trim, the dashboard, steering wheel, and of course the entire exterior of your car. It is always advisable to test dip products on a small part of your vehicle to see how well it reacts. You can even pearlize appliances in your home. No matter what you decided to add a glossy layer of pearl to, it will look absolutely fabulous and can be changed whenever you want to change it. Plasti Dip is revolutionary in that it is stretchy yet protects surfaces. The more layers you apply, the easier Plasti Dip is to peel. Just make sure each layer is dry before you add another.

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