Plasti-dip is a substance intended to protect surfaces from the damages of winter — but auto enthusiasts have started using it in all new ways. After a few people discovered the versatility of plasti-dip, it turned into a full blown trend amongst enthusiasts looking for easy appearance mods. Here are a few pieces of inspiration for using plasti-dip on your Mazda.
This Mazdaspeed3 full bolt-on, lowered, and turbo’ed ride is a simple but awesome example of plasti-dip done right. The flat black monochromatic color combo is sinister-looking, to say the least.
The blaze orange plasti-dip wheels really set off the white paint on this Mazda. It might not be everyone’s taste, but deciding on this color was a bold choice.
Speaking of bold, this Mazda started its life in a humble neutral shade before being transformed to the hot pink car it is now. This is one car you’re never going to lose track of — that’s for sure!
Black plasti-dip wheels were added to set off this vinyl wrapped Mazda3. This customized ride is one of the best examples of DIY done right!
This is a great example of subtlety when using plasti-dip. It also demonstrates how easy the product is to use without damaging the paint. These guys even choose to do the plasti-dip mod with the emblem on the car!
Another tasteful DIY project with plasti-dip. This little appliance mod sets off the white paint with black door handles. Such a simple change, but it really makes the car stand out.
There are SO many Miatas rocking plasti-dip that it was hard to choose — she here’s a few of the boldest we found.