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Old Re: DIY For Removing Trim Parts and Painting Tips! 04-12-2004 , 01:37 AM

Hi,
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Old Re: DIY For Removing Trim Parts and Painting Tips! 05-22-2004 , 08:04 PM

How the hell do u take the buttons out of the side panels, the window things.

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Old Re: DIY For Removing Trim Parts and Painting Tips! 05-23-2004 , 01:08 AM

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How the hell do u take the buttons out of the side panels, the window things.
My my...... Just flip it upside down, and look at it. You'll notice 4 small tabs around it. Release those tabs, and the controls will pop right out.
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Old Re: DIY For Removing Trim Parts and Painting Tips! 05-23-2004 , 02:49 PM

There we go, everything plastic in the front of my car is now silver! I did everything you did + the guage cassing, or whatever u wanna call it. Looks great, i used "Radiant Silver" from motomaster, its like the exact color of the car down to the little sparkles in the paint, looks awesome. Thanks for the DIY!

Damn, forgot the sunglass holder...national holiday tomorow...good thing

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Old Re: DIY For Removing Trim Parts and Painting Tips! 06-08-2004 , 11:35 PM

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Sorry man it this point i hate u for showing this DIY because it made me want to do it ...... and well i hate that i started to do it............. but i know when im done i will love u for posting it, thanks i will post the pics when im done.
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Old Re: DIY For Removing Trim Parts and Painting Tips! 06-12-2004 , 01:50 AM

ill be doing this when i have actuall days off from working, 7 days a week doesnt workin since were short on people lol



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Old Re: DIY For Removing Trim Parts and Painting Tips! 06-12-2004 , 05:46 PM

hmmmm, need some majoroso help, stupid me of course, if anyone can IM me at NiSsMoSkYgtR on AIM i'd be very greatful!
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Old Re: DIY For Removing Trim Parts and Painting Tips! 06-12-2004 , 08:43 PM

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hmmmm, need some majoroso help, stupid me of course, if anyone can IM me at NiSsMoSkYgtR on AIM i'd be very greatful!
What seems to be your problem? BTW, welcome to the boards.....
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Old Re: DIY For Removing Trim Parts and Painting Tips! 06-14-2004 , 12:49 AM

Johns03Tib- where did u buy your paint at and clear coat

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Old Re: DIY For Removing Trim Parts and Painting Tips! 06-15-2004 , 09:21 AM

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Johns03Tib- where did u buy your paint at and clear coat
Wal-Mart!
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Old Re: DIY For Removing Trim Parts and Painting Tips! 06-15-2004 , 12:08 PM

and it did not make it darker, cause mine looked great until i clear coated it and it made it darker, and clear coat is suppost to make the base paint shine, and even then 2 days later when i touched it left a finger print, and when clear coat is dry (u can run your nail in it and it will not scratch it) "like car paint".

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Old Re: DIY For Removing Trim Parts and Painting Tips! 06-15-2004 , 12:22 PM

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and it did not make it darker, cause mine looked great until i clear coated it and it made it darker, and clear coat is suppost to make the base paint shine, and even then 2 days later when i touched it left a finger print, and when clear coat is dry (u can run your nail in it and it will not scratch it) "like car paint".
Im not following you here...

You're saying your clear coat wasnt dry after 2 days?
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Old Re: DIY For Removing Trim Parts and Painting Tips! 06-15-2004 , 01:50 PM

yea and i use 5oz can of clear coat Dupli-Color Auto Spray

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Old Re: DIY For Removing Trim Parts and Painting Tips! 06-15-2004 , 02:01 PM

just now i went down stairs to see and if your nail hits it to say lock your door, it smears, and now it has been 5 days. what type of clear coat did u use, and where did u let them dry, indoors or out.

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Old Re: DIY For Removing Trim Parts and Painting Tips! 06-15-2004 , 04:37 PM

The exact type of clear coat I used is in the first post. I sprayed mine in the garage, then let them sit for a while. But just an hour or so, definetly not 3 or 4 or 5 days. I cant think of ANYTHING that coudnt dry in a day or so. Very odd....

You sure its clear coat? If so, what type are you using?
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Old Re: DIY For Removing Trim Parts and Painting Tips! 06-15-2004 , 11:25 PM

yea, 5oz can of clear coat Dupli-Color Auto Spray, why did it not make yours darker, i know clear coat should make it just shiny. what type did u use.

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Old Re: DIY For Removing Trim Parts and Painting Tips! 06-16-2004 , 12:00 AM

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yea, 5oz can of clear coat Dupli-Color Auto Spray, why did it not make yours darker, i know clear coat should make it just shiny. what type did u use.
Everything youre saying is just not making any sense to me. I mean, I understand what you are saying, but I cant figure out why your clear coat darkened your finish. And also why it is taking a year to dry. Im confused! The only thing I can even think might have happened is that your can of clear coat was defective somehow.
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Old Re: DIY For Removing Trim Parts and Painting Tips! 06-16-2004 , 12:30 AM

someone told me the spray can has something in it to make it spray out and thats wat made it darken it. what exact spray clear coat did u use.

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Old Re: DIY For Removing Trim Parts and Painting Tips! 06-16-2004 , 06:39 AM

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Now, for the painting tips, here is what I used. Dupli-Color Primer, Paint, AND Clear Coat.
5 oz can of Dupli-Color clear coat
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Old Re: DIY For Removing Trim Parts and Painting Tips! 06-16-2004 , 05:46 PM

thats what i used

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Old Re: DIY For Removing Trim Parts and Painting Tips! 06-22-2004 , 01:11 PM

the same thing happened to me when i sprayed my cell phone cover in sliver and then clear coated it. When i did my interior i had it sprayed with actual car paint at a paint shop to get the highest quality finish.


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Old Re: DIY For Removing Trim Parts and Painting Tips! 06-22-2004 , 05:58 PM

is there any way to get off the back of the door handle, i wanna paint that to match?
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Old Re: DIY For Removing Trim Parts and Painting Tips! 06-23-2004 , 07:24 AM

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is there any way to get off the back of the door handle, i wanna paint that to match?
Not that I know of right off the top of my head. If I remember correctly, I did not attempt to remove it because of its difficulty.
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Old Re: DIY For Removing Trim Parts and Painting Tips! 06-29-2004 , 03:21 AM

well the whole inside of the door has to be taken off, dont do it.

any way i thought it was all done and looking good , but then it all bubbles up now it looks BAD realy BAD.

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Old Re: DIY For Removing Trim Parts and Painting Tips! 06-30-2004 , 02:36 PM

just did mine.

pretty easy for the time spent.

cost me about 30 bucks.

and thats because i'm between houses and needed masking tape, exacto knife, primer, aluminum paint, and alchol, and rags for prep.

could have been cheaper if I was sporting any of that in the house already.

awesome DIY! I like it!
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