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PLASTIDIP not plasticity!

stupid autocorrect on phone was working.

Came across an interesting product the other day , plastidip, its basically a rubber based paint which sticks well to plastic, it seems to have a but of give in it when set which would allow for a bit of expansion and contraction of the track and I imagine it would be a far superior surface to standard plastic track?
Any one heard of it before ?
 

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I know of one person who has painted a routed track in plastidip and one person who has used it on the corners of their plastic track with it. Seems successful in both cases. Though longevity of single clear coat on plastic track may be questionable.
 

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Thanks Ember, I was thinking of mixing a black and white tin, bit sure now though as 2 coat!s would be very SPENDY.
 
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