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If that's plastic/ABS/polycarb, it should be zero problems. I've done two of these dryer vent outlets, done all the plexiglass windows on my garage door (security thing), and a few metal items. Like anything, prep it (scuff it up if it's slick, like my plexi windows), clean it, then spray it thicker than you think, but not so thick that it runs. Multiple coats "meld" together, for lack of a better description. If it's not thick enough, it's more difficult to remove, if you need to do that. Still not that hard, but you'd actually be better off spraying over it with another coat if you want to remove something and it's not thick enough. I did NOT prep the plexi windows, and they look like crap, but they still work for what I need them for, stopping anyone from seeing inside my garage. The dryer vents were properly prepped, and they came out looking like the factory made them in that color.I've been looking for a reason to try out "plasti-dipping" something. Any idea if that might work on this?