It was actually the lack of customisability of the PS5 that was available at launch through Sony and 3rd party companies. I knew I would want to customise the plates with something bright and colourful, I didn’t want to permanently change the colour so my cousin recommended Plasti Dip. He has used it previously on his car and said it was perfect for the PS5. I chose to use Blaze Pink and Tropical Turquoise as they contrast each other very well. I collect Marvel Funko Pops too and have quite a collection. The PlayStation fits in great with the many colours in my room.
This was my first time using it but it couldn’t be more simple to use. I took of the ps5 plates which are extremely easy to do, taped up the middle section of the inside as that was not visible anyway once the plates are back on the ps5. I sprayed the front sides over the course of a few hours. The turquoise for me didn’t need as many coats and blended a little better than the pink. A few more coats complete fixed that problem though. Next time I would probably remove the masking tape sooner as it took up some of the paint on the insides but it’s not noticeable at all.
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