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Plasti-dip is a very good and durable way to black out anything on your truck.
I have had my lettering dipped for over a year and the plasti-dip still looks like new.
Plasti-dipping grill and bumpers will get mixed reactions here.
Some love it, some don't.
Personally, I don't like the blacked out grill and bumpers. In my opinion, it makes the truck look like a work truck.
But if you like it, go for it!
Like I said, it's good and durable. A lot of guys even plasti-dip their wheels and it lasts on rims for a good long time too.
 

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It's good for what it is, but it doesn't replace paint. It is durable, but be careful when cleaning it. Some wheel cleaners can eat it, and the slightest chip with peel off with a pressure washer.
 

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Check out all the youtube vids on the stuff. That will keep you busy for days. There are several members here that use it with great results.
Like Daly said, it is not paint. But unlike paint, if you don't like what you just did you can peel it right off.
 
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