Interior touch up paint

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  1. GPN

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    Need to touch up steering column (where keys dangle/hit). And rear deck lid (where speakers sit). My interior code is 19R, so basic black. But I’m wondering if enamel would be best? Any suggestions ?
     
  2. Bills69

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    I use sem trim paint
     
  3. GPN

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    Thank you
     
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    SEM paint/dye as well. I had doubts that anything in a spray can would be effective for interior plastics, but 4 years later, still holding up well.
     
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    20190717_153103.jpg I did mine with Rustoleum Canyon Satin Black on the steering column and it looks great and has been holding up really well. I did the front speaker shelf, dash just below the windshield when it was removed. I switched to a soft key fob and have just the trunk key on it positioned away from the steering column. I replaced the rear speaker shelf and added 2 new Polk speakers as well.
     
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    Nice—-good ideas. Thank you
     

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