Guest Outdoor7or24 Posted September 3, 2015 Share Posted September 3, 2015 I know gloss cote works well on automobile plastic, but how about HDPE plastic? I've got a yeti cooler I want to cote to help keep it clean. With other yeti coolers I've noticed that the small 'pits' on the exterior and interior get dirt trapped in them and it's not easy to clean. I'm thinking coating them will help, but I know that people who paint them say they must go through heat process to release the chemicals in the plastic that cause them to be slick. Thoughts? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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