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Old 11-04-2004, 08:20 PM
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I got an 88 2 door blazer. It has the charcoal interior. So its a dark grey and black. But I want to do some panels black and some a darker grey. I want to do the panels in the back black. But I am afraid they will chip to easy if I paint them. If I do it right and use the right paint will it chip easy? I would clean and sand them well. Then get some plastic paint and do a few thin coats. then a few coats of clear.


I would get interior die. I don't know much about this. How do I do it? Where can i get it? How much is it? How much do I need?

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Old 11-04-2004, 08:51 PM
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I have had good luck with SEM brand Color Coat and their cleaners. Works on plastic, vinyl and carpets.
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Kermitts right. Use SEM Dye. That's what it is a true dye not a paint. Just make sure to use the Sem soap to clean the surface then use Sem adhesion promoter before spraying it for best results. Use a good respirator when spraying dye.
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