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Old 02-17-2014, 07:53 PM   #1
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98 Mustang GT door panels Duplicolor vinyl & fabric spray??

Hey everyone. I have a 1998 Ford Mustang GT black leather interior black dash black door panels. I clean the car all the time. My door panels however only stay clean for about 2-3 days and then you start seeing blemish marks.. like were you rest your arm or were you grab the door to close it and even water drips if I role the window down a little if its raining. I've tried a ton of cleaners but always comes back. I heard of the product called DUPLICOLOR VINYL AND FABRIC SPRAY. has anyone ever heard of this product or tried it for think it's a good idea to use it I heard black is the best color to work with it. Response would be great greatly appreciated thank you.
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Old 02-17-2014, 08:31 PM   #2
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Yup. Good stuff. My friend sprayed the whole interior of his fox with it....except for the seats. The interior was white like the Vanilla Ice 5.0 and it came out perfect and lasted forever. I also helped my buddy do the gray interior pieces in his 2007 Charger SRT8 in black to match the rest of the car. It also came out perfect. Now i will say that all the pieces we did were plastic so someone who has sprayed vinyl might want to chime in.
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you should try Detail Doctor. It is amazing. The stuff by Count Customs
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Yeah I seen on you tube it works great on plastic. Haven't found any vids on vinyl door panels. I know it says vinyl spray on the can but I'm curious to know what the texture is going to feel like?????? Also awesome mustang in vanilla ice video.. Lol that was the car to have back in that day..
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I will try detail doctor as well. Were can I find it??? Never seen it at autozone. I'm still curious about the duplicolor..
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CVS or Walmart. It worked miracles on my interior. 41 sec--->
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Thanks I will check it out..
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Never had the problems you are talking about. They're just plastic, they should wipe right off. Hit them with some Meguiar's interior spray. Do NOT use ANY Armor All products.
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Thanks I will check it out..
Yw do not forget to read the warning label. Spontaneous combustion LOL............... danger. It says do not apply on dash. I did during the winter. My thoughts are sunlight from the windshield could have a magnifying glass effect to the product. During the summer I will use a sun visor or garage.
I wish I had before after pics. You would not believe the results.
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SEM makes a great line of products for vinyl that come out AMAZING. I used there Color Coat spray can in camel color on my worn ratty steering wheel. Came out like new. Was almost worn through and a dingy brownish black color before I painted it.

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Oh and I know the wheel is leather I just meant you should check out the SEM products. They work very well.
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Redline makes great steering wheel wraps or if you want to pay the $500 going rate you can still find new FR500 wheels. I think that is bat**** crazy when the redline is like $120 and you can customize them but w/e.

Agreed there are some good interior dyes though, I just would have pulled the airbag for paint and re-wrapped the wheel personally. I just swapped my entire interior to black rather than mess with the dingy grey parts the car came with.
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No need to do any of that. Two cans of SEM @$7 each and my wheel looks better than new. Took 2 hrs max including pulling and reinstalling the wheel.
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I'm wondering how that is going to hold up honestly. If it does that is a pretty good deal. I'd be worried about it rubbing off, looking like crap and getting all over my hands.
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Yea I had the same concern but I didn't need to. SEM products act like a dye. There is literally no chance of it coming off. It's been on for a few months and looks brand new still.

Anyway, something else to consider besides duplicolor and more color options if needed. PM if you need any further info about the stuff I used.
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Thanks for all the replys.. I went with detail doctor works great...
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Yea I had the same concern but I didn't need to. SEM products act like a dye. There is literally no chance of it coming off. It's been on for a few months and looks brand new still.

Anyway, something else to consider besides duplicolor and more color options if needed. PM if you need any further info about the stuff I used.
I have actually not used the SEM dyes but I have heard that the black dye is the wrong shade of black for the 94-98 cars. I need to research this more because I'm swapping in an 01 console as soon as it warms up. I usually am against painting interiors and just find whatever OEM color I want and swap but with this console I either paint or its the complete wrong color/looks like ***.
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Good stuff. Sprayed all the carpet, and material on the doors and seats in my 04 GT vert. Also took off the visors and they look awesome now.
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