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Old 01-16-2009, 06:03 PM
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Was wondering if anyone has had any experiences with dying plastic or might be able to pen point me in the right direction.

I'm wanting to dye my interior plastic parts black, I would just buy the parts out right but I have never seen an all black interior 88-94 chevy truck (Stock anyways). Could paint it with beauty in a can (Spray paint), but ive done that with a couple older trucks I had & it just doesn't workout that well, scratches fairly easy & I did use paint for interior/plastic.

Anyone have any ideas??
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i wanna do the same in my truck
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if you paint them, use a high build up primer first, then sand then use automotive paint and clear, i did my door panels in one of my old show cars, and it ended up looking like fiberglass
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I agree with Slammed we have done a lot of work on cars together and that is the best way to do it is paint it.
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i wanna do the same in my truck
It sucks when the factory didnt come out with a certain color your looking for, make things 10 fold harder

When I had my 92 F-150 4x4 I was going to do this same thing but ended up selling the truck...
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It sucks when the factory didnt come out with a certain color your looking for, make things 10 fold harder

When I had my 92 F-150 4x4 I was going to do this same thing but ended up selling the truck...
i just know it would look amazing all black...
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if you paint them, use a high build up primer first, then sand then use automotive paint and clear, i did my door panels in one of my old show cars, and it ended up looking like fiberglass
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I agree with Slammed we have done a lot of work on cars together and that is the best way to do it is paint it.
I was thinking about doing it that way also, but I dont have any of the tools needed or the money to have it done. But your right, it turns out really good. Friend of mine had his dash done & it looked great, but costed him a pretty penny to have done...
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i just know it would look amazing all black...
Fo-Sho...

I love black, I want everything all black...
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alot of times if you go to a small shop, and bring them the parts, they usually do it pretty cheap if its your basic colors white, black so on.. even if you do spray can, just make sure you sand them really well and they will turn out good, just take your time, and shouldnt cost to much at all. prob under 20 bux or so if you spray can it
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make sure you use adhesive promoter
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