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In this simple DIY project, Bryan shows how to use Plasti Dip to rubberize the handles of his Bogota Titanium Flats 4-Piece Toolset. This rubberized coating allows a more solid grip and creates a cushion that can make handling more comfortable.
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Ive had the bogota flats since they were available on serepick.com this was the 1st mod I've done to them on the second day of ownership. such a great DIY project. Matt at SerePick actually emailed me to thank me for posting pics of them on his FB page.
Epic-The soundtrack of the dynamic entry of the handle breaking the surface of the Plasti-Dip made an excellent how-to MEGA-better! I watched it twice just for that.