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post #1 of 8 Old 01-24-2013, 07:53 PM Thread Starter
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interior trim paint

Anybody found a good interior trim spray paint? Bought a center console off of ebay and it needs a little touchup. 2002 F250 medium parchment trim.
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Can't member exactly but went in the garage and found the two cans I keep around just in case for my 01. They are from the company "SEM" and are "color coat flexible coating" Part #15143 for sandstone and 15123 for santa fe one of them should work. Hope this helps.

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looked at the SEM paint...pricey. Do I need adheasion promoter also?
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Pricey but never be afraid to buy the best you'll never be disappointed! I always use a adhesion promoter.

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Second that on ColorBond it matched pretty dam nice on my 00 med. parchment

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Re: interior trim paint

I picked up a can of Sem for $10 the other day. I painted my console over the weekend. Can't say that I'm very impressed. 4 coats and it's still considerably lighter than the color on the cap. I wish I could've found a local colorbond dealer

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Got some Colorbond paint on order should be here by Thursday.
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