How long should Plasti Dip dry before driving?

I recently bought some Plasti Dip, so I can try out a new paint color I’ve been thinking about. How long do I have to let it dry before I can drive?

Sarah Gray · Updated on
Reviewed by Shannon Martin, Licensed Insurance Agent.
Plasti Dip
is a fun, inexpensive way to try out new paint colors without the expense and commitment of a new paint job.
According to the manufacturer’s website, you should allow 24 hours for the product to fully cure after all coats have been applied. You’ll need to apply a minimum of five coats to your car, and each coat needs to dry for 10 to 15 minutes before adding the next. That means you’ll have a total of at least 75 minutes drying time, plus 24 hours curing time once all your coats are applied.
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