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post #21 of 25 Old 03-06-2013, 07:10 PM
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Yeah that stuff is awesome on the headder and tailpipes, just like sniffin' glue ooohhhhhh eehhhaaa
i havent even heard of this stuff until this thread but i doubt it is high temp resistant!


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How would it handle gas spills?

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How would it handle gas spills?
What are you thinking about painting your garage floor or the gas tank, or whole quad? I'm not sure but when I do my rims I plan on a few coats of clear over the top. And that should help on gas spills as well, but idk???

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its fairly durable, originally designed to coat the handles on pliers and other tools

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What are you thinking about painting your garage floor or the gas tank, or whole quad? I'm not sure but when I do my rims I plan on a few coats of clear over the top. And that should help on gas spills as well, but idk???
Given that gas spills, cleaners, and solvents do occur around motorsports, I was just curious if anyone had experience with Platsi-dip's durability to chemicals.

Just thinking ahead for a future project. There are some definite possibilities with this product.

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