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Old 06-11-2010, 02:54 PM   #1
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DIY plastic scratch repair 2nd Gen Grey Interior

Hey guys!

I work at a dealership and we have a guy come around every week or so and he fixes scratches in the interiors of our used cars. I asked if he could match the grey plastic thats in my truck and just give me a bottle and a sprayer. he has allready fixed something for me before and did a flawless job! so in the next few days I will but some before and after photos up including the whole process. If anyone is interested after that point in the paint i could probly get him to make up some more
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Old 06-13-2010, 04:46 PM   #2
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I have a lot of scratches that I want to get rid of. I've seen someone around the forum that used a blow dryer or heat gun to get rid of the scratches, but I don't want to melt my interior.
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Old 06-13-2010, 06:30 PM   #5
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Hey guys I just moved the other day so everything is a little hectic right now. I will post pics early this week!
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Old 06-13-2010, 10:33 PM   #6
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So I didnt wanna keep you guys waiting so I did a couple of the small scratches on the rear console just so you can see the results.

So here is scartch 1

Scratch 2


and these are the final product. I did a tiny bit of sanding with 1500 grit i could have done a bit more on the one.. but this was about 15min total of work and most of that was taking th console out

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scratch 1



scratch 2



product of scratch 1



this is the product of the first scratch. i could have done a way better job sanding and maybe even filling the scratch but you get the idea

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That's awesome man. I need some of that stuff!
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I'll take some of that and some to match the black dash...!!
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Awesome!!!! I'm in.
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Old 06-16-2010, 04:06 PM   #14
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Nice job. I would be in for some grey interior scratch remover all day. Keep me in mind when/if you get some. Thanks.
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does this stuff have a name?
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Nice job. I would be in for some grey interior scratch remover all day. Keep me in mind when/if you get some. Thanks.
Yeah you bet. I got the guy to make me roughly a 6-8oz bottle of paint and he got me an aeresol sprayer from an autoparts store.. all in it cost me 40$ like i said I will post pics of the entire process asap
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Yeah you bet. I got the guy to make me roughly a 6-8oz bottle of paint and he got me an aeresol sprayer from an autoparts store.. all in it cost me 40$ like i said I will post pics of the entire process asap

If you could have him do some up of the black dash I will pay you for a 6oz bottle of that and the grey!!
Seriously just let me know how much
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If you could have him do some up of the black dash I will pay you for a 6oz bottle of that and the grey!!
Seriously just let me know how much
you bet man I will ask him when he comes in next. Im not looking to make a profit just looking to help out. Its up to him though if hes willing to make up a few bottles.
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I appreciate it man!
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