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PlastiDip Car Emblems, Badges and Front Grille - Step by Step - DipYourCar.com

Full Tutorial on how to use PlastiDip to black out your emblems, badges and entire front grille! If you have access to the inside of the grille - we suggest sliding down either cardboard or newspaper to protect your cars inside parts.


 


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