Although we’ve added a number of new, ready-made colors to the Plasti Dip lineup over the past year or so, some Plasti Dip aficionados have still been singing the Blues Before Sunrise. Well, maybe not “singing the blues” so much as “inquiring about the possibility of additional colors.” Specifically, they’re wondering How Many More Years until we create new variations of our blue and black colors.
Currently, we offer original Plasti Dip in a fairly standard blue color, as well as Blaze Blue. And black Plasti Dip is, you know, black. Plasti Dip Smoke is kind of black-ish, I guess. Great as they are, though, they’re not quite right for every taste or every project, and Plasti Dippers have told us “I Can’t Be Satisfied with just these colors.” With that in mind, I’m Ready to present three ALL NEW Plasti Dip black and blue hues!
This photo shows, from top to bottom, our new Flex Blue, Black Cherry, and Black & Blue Plasti Dips. The blocks on the left show the new colors à la carte, while the blocks on the right have been given a coat of Glossifier to make ‘em all shiny-like. And we’re not Messin’ Around when we say that all three new varieties look better than Smokestack Lightnin’ when used with Plasti Dip Metalizers and our other Enhancers.
You won’t have to express your new-color Love In Vain for too long—Black & Blue, Flex Blue, and Black Cherry Plasti Dips will be available at the end of February. You can get them from the hardware and home improvement centers, auto retailers, and online stores where you buy our other Performix Brand products, or contact one of our distributors to track ‘em down in Sweet Home Chicago or wherever you hang your hat.
Our new colors will chase your Cross Road Blues away and open a world of new possibilities. What will you do with Black Cherry, Black & Blue, and/or Flex Blue Plasti Dip? Tell us about your ideas via Twitter and/or Facebook, and, once you’ve got your hands on some, be sure to share your photos! We dig hearing about All Your Love for Plasti Dip and seeing the cool projects Plasti Dip enthusiasts create.
Until next time, I believe I’ll Dust My Broom.*
* You may have guessed as much, but “Dust My Broom” and the other seemingly-erroneously capitalized words in this post are titles of classic blues songs. Give ‘em a listen sometime—it’s good stuff!