Thanks for the advice.I do plan putting on areas that I can't reach unless the cars disassembled but I'm sure I'll have it apart again. Besides if it's in the doorjamb I can just shoot it with a little more plasti dip .
Plasty dip isnt my dream source for car cover it just fits the situation I'm in now.
I don't really want to paint my car in fact I plan on making the front clam in cf as my first project in my new garage.
The fact is I'm about to start construction on a new home and be putting my old house up for sale shortly. sneaking in a stellar paint job on my Lotus just isn't going to happen with no experience. But if I had time I would try!
The plastic dip is supposed to stick a lot better to primer and the car doesn't get very much use this year I put 7 miles on it.
The paint job on my elise was so terrible from the day that I got it that I really have nothing to lose anyhow, In fact I'm cleaning up overspray off of this car from the last shotty paint job.
I think that the car will look good but it's not gonna be a forever done' job
I think it's gonna be fun this is my project car so To me having an easy removable car cover that I can do myself at home trumps a $7000 paint job
If brute force is not working you're not using enough.