Painting plastic panels

Discussion in 'Interior Restoration' started by 1981zapper, Aug 12, 2018.

  1. 1981zapper

    1981zapper Veteran Member

    I purchased some OER replacement interior panels, along with Sem interior paint system (Soap, plastic prep, Adhesion promoter, Color coat & satin clear), I followed the instruction to the T and hung my panels.


    I'm finishing up my last panel and putting the final coat of clear on, as I walk away my panel falls on the painted surface:mad::whine:

    looks a lot worse in person, how can I fix this? I'm very upset

    panel 002.jpg
    panel 001.jpg
     
  2. DrPepper

    DrPepper Veteran Member

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    If it were mine, I'd apply some adhesion promoter and repaint w/ the color. Blend the new color into an area about 8" bigger than the original scratched area. I've done this before w/ success.
    Good Luck
     
  3. 80 Z28

    80 Z28 Veteran Member

    No to hijack your thread, but is that a camel tan interior? Would you happen to have the SEM number for that colour?
     
  4. earnhardtgm3

    earnhardtgm3 Veteran Member

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    Ditto as DrPepper stated.....:)
     
  5. budro6968

    budro6968 Veteran Member

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    Scotch brite the small spot Light scuff the rest and re apply.
     
  6. ZEN357

    ZEN357 Veteran Member

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    Scuff, reapply paint and blend. That's what I did when I dropped a freshly painted panel. It really sucks when that happens.
     
  7. 1981zapper

    1981zapper Veteran Member

    I'm using SEM Camel #15173
     

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