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Old 12-07-2004, 09:04 PM   #1
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INTERIOR PAINT..NoT Spray Paint

planning on taking out the whole dash and all the interiors and paint it classic grey (car is black) Dedicated to my favorite team who is currently down the drain..RAIDERS....im gonna paint using my air compressor and need to know what kind of paint can i use to stick to the vinyl.. do i need primer.. ofcourse imma do lots of sanding errr... need help... please... im very impatient and knowing me i would just go at it hahah.. help please..


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Old 12-07-2004, 09:59 PM   #2
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You need the get Dupont Vinyl mix part #304S for low gloss,, 305S for medium gloss and 306S for high gloss. If you need more info on this PM Me.
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Spray can would work better i think, but can do whatever
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I'd defintely use a primer, especially since you're doing the whole dash, and it's a different surface than say the vent rings... it's more grainy and flexible.

What color is your interior now, the black or darkest grey color?
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