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05-19-2004 11:13 PM
heffy321 i used blue on my car looks great and worked easy i will post pictures tomorrow
05-11-2004 06:11 PM
racer35 bad news they don't make it in silver!!
05-10-2004 10:48 PM
ztsdude so is this the best kind of paint for interior use
05-04-2004 10:14 PM
radicalblu go to the how to library... you'll get all the info you need there...
05-04-2004 10:12 PM
radicalblu
its easy...

search the forums there's a thread on a full interior paint how to...
05-04-2004 09:36 AM
2fast4u how easy is it to pop out the pieces such as center dask, vents,etc. to paint and add a touch the interior?
05-04-2004 09:28 AM
maul thats what i used, but you DO need to sand. the paint will run too.
05-03-2004 04:53 PM
Focusedat50 Yes, it works and I have used it as well but if you carefully take the extra care and time to prepare whatever you are painting it will come out even better.
05-03-2004 03:52 PM
Beantown Focus ive used this in the past on my last car and works great on plastic and doesnt run at all
05-03-2004 03:52 PM
awebb I have used the Fusion and it works alright. I would suggest just sanding, primering, sanding, painting, and clearcoating if you want it to look good.
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