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  1. Hi. I'm looking for the best way to cover my stainless planels on my 2B. I'm not too keen on the stailness look and have got some new GRP and looking to get a Matte or Gloss black finish on the rest of the steel panels. I've noticed a lot of people plasti dipping other types of cars and thought this might be pretty durable on the stainless for stone chipping etc and is easily removable and re-applied if there is any damage at a later date. My other option is to vinyl wrap the steel. I'm not too sure how this holds up over time with stone chips etc and how durable it would be. All in all I can get a full Kit for the Plasti dip for around £400 and enough Vinyl for £200 (probably less for each but I'm over buying to account for my inevatable muck ups) If anyone has any experience with either or or even if they know of another option that would work as well.... Looking to do the work myself so don't really fancy putting it into a garage or paint shop so purelly working with cost prices for parts.
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