Why Consider Hydro Dip For Your Vehicle.

What is Hydro Dipping also known as hydrographic?

Hydrographic, also popularly known as hydro dipping, is the method for applying a already designed graphic on a three-dimensional surface preferably a rim. The printing process works on plastic, hardwood, metal, and a variety of other materials.

Although you can perform hydro dipping on almost every surface, it’s worth considering that the process is very wet. You may, for instance, damage electronics if you use this process and is not experienced. Despite this essential warning, almost any hard surface is a candidate for placing a unique design on it.

Is Hydro Dipping a long-term solution?

Hydro dipping is a durable finish similar to the paint on a car. That makes it a viable solution for work that you want to last for a long time. No matter what surface you’re working on, this method will not only be a tough finish but beautiful when completed. It is always worth it.

Prep Things the Right Way

Prep work is the first step towards completing your hydro dipping project. It’s crucial to keep the surface clean and free of debris or any material that causes an interruption.

If you plan on hydro dipping objects, you need to use the right materials. Start with an automotive primer, then apply 1-3 coats of automotive base paint and then when that is dry, you can now dip the part. Fill up any plastic container about 75% of the way with water.

When it’s time to lay the film onto the water, you must put the proper side of the film facedown. The simplest way to do that is to use a wet thumb and finger to grab one of the film’s corners. after a few seconds let go, and you’ll find that it sticks to one of them. The side that’s holding is the one that you put face down on the water.

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