Discussion in 'Do It Yourself' started by fernandeskaran, Mar 8, 2013.
I got the color made at du pont paint shop
I have the same problem in my 3 yr old car. I see that the RT door cladding has come off in a small section.
It does not look bad as its towards the B-pillar and its only a small patch. So i've let it be.
One solution is to get a can of COM-PAINT its available in Reliance autozone and choose the color that best matches your dashboard and simply spray it.
can you give more details on this? a picture would be helpful, i d like to paint the pillars n a small part of door trim which is in grey to black...can it be done as DIY? how much is this standox paint?
DIY Painted the dash today only a section which looked the worst in the car and was very noticeable. Turned out damn good, paint merged very well.Gonna use the dashboard polish after a week.
This is the final picture the dashboard! Its been Painted and ArmourAll'd (hence the wet look). About the Beige portions still haven't found matching paint cans.
You wont find a matching shade.
Go to a Du Pont paint shop,and ask them to make the required color,and they will do so.
But you will have to purchase the minimum quantity,which is about 100ml.
Thanks for the info Buddy will look into it soon
Fiat uses compaint interior paint. I have a can for black bought it long back from tejaswi motors, hyderabad.
It works wonders for me.. i will upload the pics of the can tomorrow
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compaint for dashboard? Can it be used to repaint the entire dashboard???
Would these be available in aerosol cans? Or is it just paint that needed to go into a spray gun at the painters.
A stupid car perfume screwed up the switch console on my ride and I was considering some kind of DIY if I can get a aerosol can.
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