That stuff looks like it works great. I may pick up a can, thanks for the tip
I stumbled on this, looks faded after 8 months, but then again it is a darker color. Either way I'm sure it will be a snap to touch up. Also caught this from the link-"what you can see is dust prints, he works as a plasterer."I'm curious about its durability.
I'll let you know when I get a chance to test it. I did put the pieces in the hot sunshine today to dry them before second coat. It doesn't seam to be sticky at all. The finish seams just like the ABS plastic itself. You also can't tell the carpet is painted, appears just like new carpet. :shrugi painted my arm rests once with plastic spray paint on a 70's ford. those were so sticky during those hot summer days
Yes, it is pretty darn scratch resistant. It is very hard to tell the difference between this painted surface and the abs plastic itself. It is very matte which in my opinion makes it very realistic to factory.That looks really good!
Have you tried to scratch it yet?
Too soon really, other then so far I have no regrets it looks awesome. As someone said, it makes the rug stiff so I'm glad I didn't spray the seats too. Have some Wet Okole's on the way! I have the bronco parked outside 24/7, and the surface still stays perfectly matte, no issues there at all. I don't know if I said this or not, but if you spray this inside the Bronco, make sure you cover everything as it leaves a mist that gets around. It almost looks like dust, but anyhow it wiped right up off the Monstaliner. It still was easier then taking out all that back trim. Don't spend too much time back there either cause of fumes.:shockedBy the way if you have the tan interior, the desert sand is too yellow in my opinion, try the medium beige, im about to shoot my first piece in a few minutes, i'll post up once i get'er done...any updates BurlyQ???