Did u actually use it for speakers or something else ?Steve41 said:I have used plasti dip many times before and I love the stuff. It is a bit different then paint because it dries into a rubber coating. The durability all depends on how many coats you put on. When I use the spray I do about 4 light coats for a nice finish. As far as prep goes, just a nice clean surface will do. Also because it dries into a rubber coating if you don't like it down the road you can peel it off. Think of it as more of a sticker than a paint. I have seen a few people carry tinted versions of the spray cans. hope that helps.
I have never used it on MDF before. what about trying a heavy coat first then a few more coats on top of that. which type of plasti dip did you use?Tried Plast-Dip on a piece of scrap MDF,... the only problem is that it aint coming off !!.
Mdf is porous enough that the plasti- dip is absorbed in the first coats, and can no longer be removed like it can when painting over a clear coat like cars.