PLEASE NOTE: HyperDip is not compatible with traditional Plasti Dip, including Glossifier, or any other non-HyperDip coatings, so please do not combine or stack with any other products.
HyperDip Shadow Black is a deep, rich Satin Black right out of the can. No topcoats or enhancers needed.
HyperDip is the latest technology in peelable aerosol paints. HyperDip is still peelable like Plasti Dip, however improved in every way. HyperDip is perfect for your Wheels, Trim, Emblems, Mirrors or any small surface.
You will notice the benefits of the advanced HyperDip technology immediately:
- A smoother, flatter, slicker finish;
- A stronger, stretchier coating;
- Easier to wet out and spray like a pro;
- Enhanced finishes and sheen right out of the can.
HyperDip protects dipped surfaces from acids, abrasion, corrosion, impact, salts, moisture and weathering. It remains flexible, stretchy and will not crack, or become brittle in extreme temperatures when applied correctly.
Ideal temperature for application range from 5°C - 35°C. In any climate, warming your cans in warm water prior to application dramatically helps achieve a smoother finish.
Test all applications in a small inconspicuous area to make sure it will meet your expectations and is suitable for each unique surface. Although Plasti Dip has proven to be safe and predictable, every surface is unique and it's impossible to predict how each surface will react.
Clean each surface with PreDip Spray to remove any dirt, debris, oils, waxes, grease, or loose rust, then let dry completely before spraying Plasti Dip. Coat each dipped surface with DipCoat Protective Spray 4 hours after dip has dried for best results.
The new hyperdip looks so much better than the previous gen Plastidip. I had the old dip on my rims since 2017 and it held up amazing until I had a tire blowout. Decided to try hyperdip to redo them, looks like paint and doesn’t have to rubber feel. Tip to anyone doing rims, do them on the vehicle or use something like quarters to keep the dip from the holes otherwise when you put the lugs back on it will likely twist the dip, pulling it away around the lug holes.
I finally got around to trying out Hyperdip to black out some emblems. They turned out great and the colour certainly complement the vehicles better than the chrome!
Although I watched a bunch of the tutorials, there was still some trial and error in getting clean lines on the smaller letters without ripping the product. However, that’s what makes this great: if you don’t like how it turned out, you can just start again!
I would highly recommend the spudger tool for those tight spots.