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Old 10-18-2012, 02:40 AM   #1
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Easiest way to redo your interior? I just need the backseat armrest thing that the front seat belts go into on a convertible and I'd also like to make it black instead of tan. Latemodelrestoration doesn't carry all interior parts
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I did my whole interior from red to black. I found some stuff on eBay and LMR. I used rust oleum paint for plastic. Just make sure it's extremely clean and roughed up a little with a scratch pad. I then coated it with a satin clear coat.
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Easiest way to redo your interior? I just need the backseat armrest thing that the front seat belts go into on a convertible and I'd also like to make it black instead of tan. Latemodelrestoration doesn't carry all interior parts
Dupli-Color and several other companies make some pretty decent interior vinyl and fabric spray paints. I would use one of those to recolor your interior pieces as they are formulated to work on them. Proper and thorough cleaning is a must. If any vinyl or fabric treatments are left on the pieces to be resprayed it can ruin your paint job.
I use Dawn dish liquid and water to scrub the pieces then rinse them, let dry and wipe down with rubbing alcohol right before painting to remove any finger prints or remaining residues. So far that has worked good for me.
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I used duplicolor to redo my whole interior and it looks pretty good. Like they said clean it up good then clear coat it and I havnt had n e problems with it getting scuffed or scratched. Just my 2 cents, wen I started I was sceptical but I was impressed how it looks.
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