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chizzy125

Facia re-style

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i wanted to know if ne1 can help i have a ford ka w reg and have just spent alot on having the whole car resprayed and wanted to match the inteiror plastic aroung the dials and cd player etc i have seen it done but i wanted a good finish like some ive seen and dint no if i wud re spray it with the correct paint or have one made any suggestions?

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i wanted to know if ne1 can help i have a ford ka w reg and have just spent alot on having the whole car resprayed and wanted to match the inteiror plastic aroung the dials and cd player etc i have seen it done but i wanted a good finish like some ive seen and dint no if i wud re spray it with the correct paint or have one made any suggestions?

hi just make sure you get plastic primer and away you go.. is it textured plastic? or smooth?

Key it, Prime it, spray it..

(Red Scoth Brite pad)->(Plastic Primer)->(Basecoat then lacquer)

if you want a really good finish flat it with 2000 or above be careful not to take the lacquer off and then use some Farecla G3 and elbow grease! (other brands are available) :P

Should be able to pick up everything from Halfords.. again other shops are available :)

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cheers mate i will give that ago this week and will let you know how it goes thanks mate

as above and preperation dont sand where you intend to paint youll just get dust in it and take youre time build up light coats of paint rather than lagering it on

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