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Old 05-25-2008, 04:06 PM
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Hi folks...Whats the general procedure for painting plastic inner fenders. Theyre greasy and grimy, Ill get them good and clean, but do I use a special primer and/or adhesion promoter? Thanks a lot.

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Clean the **** out of them. If they are an Olefin (oily as you say), use a plastic cleaner. Then use an adhesion promoter before you spray them.
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Use a strong degreaser on them to cut away the grime. At my shop I have my painters use the product Bullydog. After you get the plastic nice a clean, spray on 2 medium coats of Bullydog. Allow it to flash (in between coats too) for 15 minutes and then spary it with a good 2 part primer. Then paint with what ever your painting. I usually spray undercoat on them for regular cars and street driven rods.
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