What causes textured plasti dip?

First let’s try to figure out what texture means. This does not refer to the natural “rubber look” of plasti dip. Texture refers to roughness or a fuzzy look and feel of plasti dip. From experience, I can say that 90% of the time the main cause of this is the spray angle. If you are not hitting the surface at exactly 90 degrees, you have a higher chance of creating texture. This applies especially to curved surfaces. You will need to adjust your spray so you are curving WITH the surfaces and not spraying against them.