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Just traded up my 13 Focus for a shiny new 17 Escape S. Downgraded from my Titanium trim, but I decided I didn't like all the chromy bits and didn't need the sync 3. New color for Ford this year with the Canyon Ridge (because I guess they can't just say copper). I want to black out everything that shines (badges, trim and the like) as well as the taillights. I'm guessing plastidip is the best way to go. Open to suggestions!
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Just traded up my 13 Focus for a shiny new 17 Escape S. Downgraded from my Titanium trim, but I decided I didn't like all the chromy bits and didn't need the sync 3. New color for Ford this year with the Canyon Ridge (because I guess they can't just say copper). I want to black out everything that shines (badges, trim and the like) as well as the taillights. I'm guessing plastidip is the best way to go. Open to suggestions!
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There is a lot of information on this forum for blacking out everything. Do a search and you should easily find what you are looking for. Any more questions/comments on blacking out your Escape should be done in one of the existing threads. Good luck with your search.

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Welcome to the forum! Congrats on your upgrade to Escape, it looks great. A lot of good info here regarding mods in case you are thinking of doing any. Check out some of the garages and you may get some ideas. Good luck and keep us posted!

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