I just did my wingmirrors with "liquid Wrap" a British and cheaper alternative.
Supposedly its specially developed for wrapping, rather than tool dipping.
Its finish its better than the Plastidip I have seen, though it could have been the tool behind the tool that did it, who knows.
When you spray your car:
When spraying it on, you can easily remove debris and other fluffs when it is wet (which you cant with paint) but once its dry, you are stuck with it unless you want to peel the whole lot of and want to start over.
You also cannot use masking tape, as when you remove the tape it will peel whatever you have painted with it as well. (So no racing stripes etc.)
I think its a bit fragile as well. I had the two wing mirrors touch another when I was walking with them to the car, and the wrap had become damaged in that spot.
So be careful..
2003 156 GTA Selespeed - Alfa Rosso + black multispokes, Eibach anti rollbars, Quaife ATB diff, 330mm brakes, Bilstein B12, De-cat wrapped manifolds + EQ downpipes + Ragazzon silencer, CDA intake, (carefully) removed interior & Sparco bucket seats + 6 point harness