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Hi - I've not used Plasti-Dip , but have seen a couple of cars that it was used on.
Anyway, I have a 2010 Hatch and driving on the freeway (I am in Denver) I'am picking up a few front end chips. I looked at Bras and had some on a few cars back in the "Old Days" and really did not like how they got to looking after a while in the elements - also hard on the paint from chaffing, etc. So, I got to thinking that a bra, if you will, would be a good application of this Plastic Paint. The fact that it is removable is a huge reason for my consideration. Not fond of the clear sticker on the hood.
So, I have attached a couple of images that show what I am thinking.
I like the ability to go with a complimentary color instead of just black. Is this a feasible idea. Masking it off and applying paint would not be a problem. Pretty general shape.
Thanks for the time - your input would be greatly appreciated.
 

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Plastidip is not a good clear bra alternative. It's not designed to help prevent rock chips like the clear bra.
 

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I thought of trying this. If you put the dip on thick enough it will help with rock chips. My roof is dipped and it sure helps with rock impacts.
 
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