Plasti Dip Mr Incred.

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TehEl1te

Member
I personally haven't but I am unsure of how well that would actually work. What would you be plasti-dip spraying it for?
 

Preds

New Member
i dont have any latex to coat it.. the proper way. but the plasti dip is rubber. so i was thinking if its rubber then wouldnt it be the same effect if i coated it in white. just idk how many coats it would take if it sticks at all ill try it when i get back on random pices that wont matter
 

xdmray

Well-Known Member
that would be really expensive. to get any kind of layer thickness. plasti dip aint cheap.
 

sandhunter

New Member
that would be really expensive. to get any kind of layer thickness. plasti dip aint cheap.
I agree...I have bought plastic dip and also lots of latex.latex is much cheaper and goes alot farther.I get my latex for around $60 a gallon( with s&h) I didn't buy the spray but the brush on plastic dip at menards for about $8 a can and they weren't very big at all.
 

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Effects Guy

New Member
heads up to all, buy your latex in 5 gallon buckets, there is a price break. I think I have gotten slip cast for as cheap as $175 for 5 gallons, and $150 for balloon. Motion Picture FX is my go to, but some of the stuff at Frend's is great. Being in LA, when not in China, Monster Makers is not worth it because of the shipping, but you can check their pricing too.
 

MEANGENE83

Sr Member
Using anything other than Latex will most likely not work and only frustrate you and ruin your Mr. I suit.

Stick to the tried and true recommendations of the good Lair peoples. We all speak and recommend from experience.

Plastidip is appropriate for a sealant after you are done painting your Mr. I suit. It comes in clear form in spray bottles. Make sure your surface is tacky from prosaide when your coat it. (more explanation is needed for the process)
 

Elkman

New Member
Plastidip also has more toxic chemicals than latex. Latex just contains ammonia, which is irritating in itself, but Plastidip (especially the spray kind) contains several solvents that are rather toxic. There's a reason why I call it "Toxic Death Spray".
 

Preds

New Member
alright. lol i believe all of u. the plasti dip spray was a bad idea ;) getting monstermaker latex in a few.
 

Preds

New Member
ty for the much needed info befor ei went and sprayed my suit with the "Toxic Death Spray" haha
 

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