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post #1 of 21 (permalink) Old 04-26-2011, 07:52 PM Thread Starter
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Paint on door panels

i have been looking to get the interior of my truck black...was deciding if it was worth it to paint it my self...woundering if anyone has tried this, and how it has turned out, and what products are recommended...thanks
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I'd look into a high quality dye before paint.

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Colorbond is OEM approved by FMC, or at least they say they are.

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I did a Cadillac for my buddies shop a few years back . Went tan to black , used Bulldog adhesion promoter and SEM black in a spray can . Still looks factory after 4 years of Florida sunshine. The trick is in the prep and cleaning so it sticks
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Re: Paint on door panels

revisiting this topic.....anyone have any experience with this stuff....i do not want to have a gloss paint job on my interior, i would like to be able to get a factory black look...any thoughts? this is going to become a winter project

completley stock truck...just a simple cat back system....and maybe a few other odds and ends
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Subscribed. I need to change tan door panels to dark grey or black

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You can get the SEM paints in flat ,satin , or semi gloss colors so it looks factory .

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You can get the SEM paints in flat ,satin , or semi gloss colors so it looks factory .
yea i was looking at that, i see you suggested that earlier. I just want something that will have a factory look. I think im going to try out there flat black and see how it works. I have a spare uper dash to test it on so hopefully it will work.

also looks like the duplicolor vinyl and fabric paint may not be a bad option.

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ok i went out and bought some duplicolor vinyl and fabric paint, along with the promoter, im going to try and get around to testing that out this week, also going to order a test run of the bull dog paint as well

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I did my whole interior in a satin spray paint n turned out awesome looks factory but good luck with it


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