Quick question for OP or anyone else that can answer. How durable is plasti-dip? I live in CO where we get some sand mixture on the road as a de-iceing solution. I'm not optimistic this chrome grille I have is going to hold up and I'm looking for a reason to ditch it in place of the black grille, but I don't want to waste money even if it is $30 and my time if plasti-dip isn't or can't hold up over time. It may be a silly or stupid question, but I'm just curious if this stuff (plasti-dip) chips or flakes at all. Trying to weigh which option is better, buy a new black grille that (hopefully) has been tested to withstand rocks and such to a degree, or plasti-dip my current grille and save money. Thanks.
Pretty durable stuff. Has lots of flex and will hold up to below freezing temperatures, car washes etc. Great at protecting rims and grilles. One can will do ya and I think it's about $6 at HD, Lowes, Wallyworld. Doesn't like bug and tar remover, lol, so you can use that to clean up any overspray.