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Old 09-09-2003, 08:14 PM
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Lightbulb I want to fix and change the interior colors how do i do that?

Ok i just bought a 1984 honda prelude and the interior has a couple of nicks scrapes the ususal in a used car. but i want to change that i want to fix those nixs and change the color of my interior such as doors,dash, etc. but i dont have a clue how? so can anyone give me help here?

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Old 09-10-2003, 09:49 AM
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Go to the Knowledge Base and look up Interior Articles- It gives tons of advice on getting started. Then if you still have a specific question about something not covered, ask again! Good Luck-( there is a lot to search through!!)
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I don't think you will find a dye that works worth a flip if your seats are original. The various plastic parts will have to be painted the color you want. A paint supply shop can come up with any color you wish. The paint is regular auto paint with a plasticizer additive. You will probably also have to add an adhesion additive to the mix, and a flattening agent. The flattening agent knocks off the gloss so it doesn't look so cheesy..

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