Where do I get that "liquid electrical tape" stuff?

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If you are willing to use a scrap piece or spare piece of trim as a test, what
about dipping it in that "liquid electrical tape" stuff? Creates a nice black
rubbery coating that is totally water-proof. Or, what about powder-coating the
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From: Doyt W. Echelberger [mailto:Doyt at buckeye-express.com]
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Subject: Re: Do any of you know about this?
There is a black plastic material dip material for coating the handles of
tools. I'd start looking for it at Ace Hardware and Lowes and maybe NAPA.
Call around. Good luck. Great idea.
Doyt Echelberger
Ohio USA
At 01:59 PM 6/18/2002 -0400, you wrote:
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>I am looking for a way to get the chrome pieces that run along the top of the
>front and rear bumpers blacked out. I've tried painting them before on my
>previous Audis but even after you try to send them they stay pretty smooth
>the paint always ends up chipping off. So I was wondering if there is a way
>maybe have those pieces dipped in some hot black plastic, I guess that would
>be laminating. Anyways, is there a place that could do something like that?
>I am located in Maryland so if there is some place that any of you know of
>prefferably around that area let me know.
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