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Old 08-27-2004, 07:26 AM   #1
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Rear Int. 1/4 Panels

I painted my Interior 1/4 panels (white) on a 1990 Mustang GT Conv. They look great but are sticky. It has been 2 days and no change. I used Dura Color Plastic and vinyl Spray Paint.
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sounds sweet, are you trying to ask something? make sure the car is in the right temp zone to dry if your wondering when it will dry.
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does this paint require hardener or does it come in a can already prepped
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I applied I cleaned thw White Vinyl with Bleach and water in hoping the Yellow colw would turn white. This did make it a bit better but I bought Vinyl Prep spray then the the Dura Color Paint The Prep Spray came from ===>

http://www.metropartsmarket.com/cata...c25_61887.html

The Paint was from a Auto center. The paint is still sticky, and I can scratch off the color with my nail.
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you aren't being very clear. I guess you are trying to ask what should you do to make it stick??
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I think he's saying that it's been two days since he has painted them and the paint still doesn't feel dry.

I don't think the paint is sticking. Sand it off and try something else like Krylon Fusion, if they have it in white.
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that is gonna stay that way.... it may get better but its just the paint you used. You should have got the ford interior spray paint its a perfect match to oem and looks amazing, there are quite a few places that sell it like 50resto.com
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Now What ?

Since I screwed up my 1/4 panels how can I fix them. The three problems are the paint I used was wrong, and the White look whiter than my Seats.
The Speaker covers are crap and I can not find a set anywhere The Speaker covers keep coming apart.
Does anyone know where to find 1/4 panels.

Thanks for your Help, I just registered on your Forum, my 1990 Mustang GT Conv. has been garaged for 12 years. I got the Seats, top and painting done. The car looks great I wnat to get things like the 1/4 panels and other details to make the car look even better.

Thanks again and if you have any Ideas for me on my crappy panels thanks
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http://www.50resto.com/

They are probally your best bet.
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