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The Autodip DIY aerosol is the world’s first sprayable vinyl wrap for wheels and accessories. It is available in high gloss finishes in a one-step application straight out of the can. It allows car enthusiasts with no prior painting experience to achieve high quality paint-like finishes.

Autodip DIY aerosol is available in Matte, High Gloss, Metallic finishes in over 20 colors and comes in 445g/700ml Supersize Format.

The Autodip DIY aerosol was specifically developed to be easy to apply by car enthusiasts without prior painting experience. We provide in-depth instructions, troubleshooting and video tutorials on our How-To-Apply section.

The Autodip DIY aerosol is the world’s first sprayable vinyl wrap for wheels and accessories available in a one-step high gloss, paint-like finish.

The Autodip DIY aerosol was developed to last up to 2 years and as shown great protection characteristics against road debris, rocks, salt, chemical and UV exposure.

The Autodip DIY aerosol is easy to remove, simply scratch a corner and start peeling. Most wheels will take 5 to 10 minutes to peel and Autodip is easily removed from the hard to reach areas such as lug holes.

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AUTODIP DIY AEROSOL

You will need, on average, 1 can per wheel for sizes up to 18″. We recommend purchasing an extra can for larger wheels and/or complex wheel designs such as a multi-spoke or mesh design.

We recommend 1 can of Top Coat Series to cover 4 wheels for superior durability. The Frozen Top Coat will make any of our colours into a matte finish.

The Metallic Series will require a Gloss Black base coat. The Liquid Metallic Series requires an Arctic White base coat. For more information, consult our Frequently Asked Questions and How-to-Apply sections.

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Preparation Spray (250ML)

The Autodip Preparation Spray was developped specifically to eliminate any common paint contaminants such as silicone, wax, polishes, dirt and grease.

$ 9.99

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Quick Detailer (500ML)

The Autodip Speed Detailer is specifically formulated to promote shine and water-free cleaning on your Autodip film. Its unique composition of Carnauba and natural surfactant make it easy to give your Autodip a lustrious appearance.

$ 19.99

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Wash & Wax (500ML)

The Autodip Wash & Wax was specifically formulated to safely clean dirt and grime off of Autodip sprayable vinyl wrap. Our Was & Wax leaves an acrylic wax film protection in one single application.

$ 11.99

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Frequently Asked Questions

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    • Q: Do I need the Top Coat?

      A: We highly recommend using the Top Coat Series on all Autodip DIY applications.

      The Autodip DIY Top Coat Series was designed to increase durability and ease of maintenance of the various colors in the Gloss and Metallic Series. The Top Coat is a protective layer that prevents loss of gloss due to its increased UV and chemical resistance and makes cleaning wheels and accessories easier.

    • Q: How durable is Autodip?

      A: Autodip will keep its finish for up to 2 years on Do-It-Yourself applications. Durability increases with each additional coat. It is critical that you apply the recommended 8-10 wet coats. We recommend to re-coat Autodip every 6 to 12 months to refresh the gloss finishes.

      Autodip complete curing time can take up to 7 days depending on weather conditions. Avoid harsh conditions during the curing period.

    • Q: How many cans do I need for four wheels?

      A: You will need, on average, 1 can per wheel for sizes up to 20″. We recommend purchasing an extra can for complex wheel designs such as a multi-spoke or mesh design.

    • Q: How does it peel?

      A: Scratch a corner and start peeling, it’s going to come up in large pieces. No solvent is required. High pressure washer will help in removal of Autodip.

    • Q: Is it easy to clean?

      A: Autodip’s smooth finish makes it easy to clean and maintain. Always use Autodip’s approved maintenance products to take care of your Autodip finish.

    • Q: On what surface can I apply Autodip DIY?

      A: Autodip’s formula is designed specifically for the automotive industry and is tested on clear coated surfaces used by OEM car manufacturers including clear coated body panels, alloy wheels, chromed plastics, clear coated carbon fibre and metal surfaces such as wheels.

      For surfaces that are not officially tested by Autodip, we recommend that you test spray, let dry and peel on an inconspicuous area to confirm surface compatibility.
      If you are unsure whether your surface is clear coated, we recommend you contact your local dealership to confirm.

      Do not apply Autodip on non-clear coated surfaces such as vinyl wraps, stickers, primer paint, raw plastics, raw badges and center caps. If you have aftermarket wheels, always test an inconspicuous area first to determine surface compatibility.

    • Q: What is the difference between sprayable rubber coatings and Autodip DIY?

      A: Autodip’s vinyl based proprietary formula enables Autodip to offer high gloss and metallic finishes straight out of the can in a one-step application, to be easy to maintain and peel, and unrivaled smoothness by any last generation rubber based products out of a can.

    • Q: Can I get a custom color match created for my car with Autodip?

      A: No, custom color matches are not available. We suggest browsing through the applied examples in our online Gallery to help you make a decision.

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    • Q: Can I apply Autodip myself?

      A: Yes, the Autodip DIY aerosol was designed to be easily applied by car enthusiasts without prior painting experience! Visit our How To Apply page to get started http://www.autodip.com/how-to-apply/

    • Q: CAN I APPLY THE TOP COAT ON ITS OWN AS A PROTECTIVE REMOVABLE FILM?

      A: No, the Autodip DIY Top Coat Series is not removable without first applying the recommend thickness of Autodip DIY Gloss or Metallic Series.

      Consult our How-To-Apply section for more instructions.

    • Q: CAN I APPLY THE TOP COAT OVER PREVIOUSLY APPLIED AUTODIP?

      A: Yes. We recommend to freshen up your current Autodip with a few coats of the current color and then use the Autodip Top Coat.
      Make sure the surface has no visible damages such as chips or torn off areas.

    • Q: Can I apply Autodip on my exhaust tips and muffler?

      A: We do not recommend applying Autodip to exhaust tips and mufflers as the high temperature will compromise Autodip’s finish and ability to peel off.

    • Q: Can I apply Autodip to emblems and badges?

      A: When it comes to emblems and badges, it is important to first test the surface compatibility with Autodip. Emblems are made of a variety of different plastics, composites and metals across different manufacturers. Once you’ve tested the surface, either remove the emblem (when possible), or thoroughly mask off the section leaving only the emblem or badge exposed.

      For situations where the tape is directly touching your Autodip finish, cut the edges using a spudge tool or plastic card, then proceed with removing the tape.

    • Q: Can I apply a clear coat over Autodip?

      A: No, you cannot apply a clear coat over Autodip as it will compromise Autodip’s removal.

    • Q: Can I use Autodip aerosol cans to cover my entire car?

      A: No! We do not recommend using Autodip Aerosol Cans for full body applications.

      For full body application, contact your local certified installer.

    • Q: Can I use Autodip to paint my hood or roof?

      A: No, we do not recommend using Autodip Aeorols to cover your hood or roof as the surface is too large to evenly apply Autodip.

      For full body and complete panel application, contact your local certified installer.

    • Q: Can I use Autodip on my brake calipers?

      A: Yes, Autodip can be applied to brake calipers as long as the car is not driven in races or other high speed events. The excessive heat generated by braking may compromise Autodip’s finish and ability to peel.

    • Q: Can I use Autodip on interior trim?

      A: Autodip can be applied to painted plastic or metal surfaces. Do not use Autodip on soft surfaces such as leather, alcantara, suede, cloth, vinyl, etc. Before applying to interior trim, start by removing the trim and test spray on an inconspicuous area beforehand.

    • Q: Can I use Autodip on my motorcycle?

      A: Autodip’s formula is designed specifically for the automotive industry and is tested on clear coated surfaces used by OEM car manufacturers including clear coated body panels, alloy wheels, chromed plastics, clear coated carbon fibre and metal surfaces such as wheels.

      For surfaces that are not officially tested by Autodip such as your motorcycle fairings, we recommend that you test spray, let dry and peel on an inconspicuous area to confirm surface compatibility. If you are unsure whether your surface is clear coated, we recommend you contact your local dealership to confirm. Do not apply Autodip on non-clearcoated surfaces such as vinyl wraps, stickers, primer paint, raw plastics, badges and center caps.

    • Q: Can I apply a new Autodip color over previously applied Autodip?

      A: No. For optimal finish quality and adherence, we highly recommend that you peel off your existing Autodip and repeat the installation process entirely.

    • Q: Can I apply Autodip to damaged/curbed wheels?

      A: Yes, however the curbed sections will be difficult to peel.

      We recommend to sand down the scatched part of your rim, otherwise you’re gonna see it through the paint.

    • Q: Can I use Autodip in the winter?

      A: Yes, however winter usage will reduce the expected durability of Autodip DIY applications.

      You should apply additional coats (12+ total) for superior durability. Make sure the ambient temperature during application and drying is over 20 degrees Celsius and that you wait the full 8 hours of drying before taking your car out on the road.

    • Q: Can I apply Autodip over chrome?

      A: Yes, make sure to completely strip the waxes and polishes commonly used to protect your chromed wheels or accessories. Apply a minimum of 4 light coats to create adhesion and proceed with a minimum of 8 wet coats.

    • Q: Will Autodip fill in the imperfections on my wheels?

      A: No, Autodip is a self leveling product that will not fill in imperfections such as curbed rash, scratches and dents.

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