Plastidip > Bedliner. I used bedliner on my trim and I did probably 3-4 coats on it to make sure it was solid and thick. Problem was, maybe 2 or 3 months later, it started cracking and peeling off. Bought plastidip and put it on OVER it. Been about 8 months now and it hasn't showed signs of any aging. Plastidip is not only stronger but it's SO MUCH CHEAPER. You can get a good sized can/spray for like $10-20 and bedliner costs like $30-100. I sure wouldn't use anything other than plastidip. Best thing is, if you don't like it, you can peel it off, and it's very easy to do so.
Plastidip is not stronger than bedliner. The problem with bed lining your trim is that the trim is plastic and when bedliner dries it gets hard and will easily crack when the plastic flexes. Plastidip is still flexible when it dries so it will flex with the plastic not crack so it may seem stronger but in reality it's not stronger just flexable. Plastidip won't hold up to physical abuse like bedliner will. That's why they use bedliner in the bed of trucks not plastidip.
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I'm not generally a fan of this gen Camaro, but well done! Is it bagged? I know this is an old thread...Its a very good cheap option to change color on things. I've done many different rims and actually did my whole car about 8-9 months ago. It's not for everyone and really I don't think I would do anything on the xterra other than maybe rims just because I don't think it would hold up to the conditions I plan on putting the xterra to.
Worse case, is you mess it up and peel it off though. From lots of experiance, my suggestion is us a lot more coats than you think you need. The more coats you put on, the easier it is to take off.
Pic of my plastidipped car:
Before Plastidip (looks like a whole other car)