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07-11-2008 11:34 PM
DanTwoLakes I have used it on vinyl, hard plastic, and leather. If you prepare the surface correctly according to their recommendations, you will not have any problems. SEM is not a paint or a dye, they call it a "permanent flexible coating"
07-11-2008 02:25 PM
DaSouthWon
SEM products to change interior color?

I've got a 92 mustang with red interior that needs some work. Since I'll be replacing the seats and carpet, as well as building a custom dash, I am considering changing the interior color to black. I have used the SEM products before for hard plastic interior pieces and have been pleased with the results. I haven't used them on flexible pieces such as door panels. I want to use something pretty wear resistant that will hold up to being scuffed and cleaned. Has anyone used a good product such as SEM and been happy with the outcome? I don't want my car to ook like it has a spray painted interior.

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