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recolouring interior

Hey all,
I'm considering respraying some plastics inside my EL Falcon GLi, as well as recolouring some 'velour' trim on the insides of the doors, which surrounds the door handles - not the coarser carpet down low on the door.

What paint should I use for respraying dash plastics, so that they don't feel like they've been painted after sitting in the sun for a few hours? I also want them to be cleaner friendly etc... i've been told vinyl plastic based paint is the go but I want to be sure.

Also, how would I remove these 'velour' trim segments from the doors without damaging anything?

I'm thinking of dying the material a dark blue, and painting segments of the dash black.



Green P's, '97 EL Falcon GLi, just got my stereo in... Next come Pacemakers, 2.5" custom exhaust, V8 Intake scoop with K&N Hi-Flow filter, lowering, XR6 ECU, chip that too thanks, maybe even some mags, wide profile rear tyres, semi low pro all round... wait, no, damn rego payments come first... That and cleaning out the MANK that the previous owner left... Oh well. Dreams are free. Pity petrol isn't.
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