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    How to remove Plasti Dip that's too thin - Dip Dissolver

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    Is this the stuff Roger Rabbit does the back stroke in before he disappears???

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    Re: How to remove Plasti Dip that's too thin - Dip Dissolver

    I know this is an old thread but I recently purchased a more aging Turd Ranger for my son that had lots of old plastic dip sprayed on trim decals and grill, who knows how many layers.

    I saw on a YouTube video an easy way to remove it.

    Used heat gun to heat spray WD40 enough to start soaking into coating a few times, heat area, and the pressure washer took off easy.

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