The vinyl dashpad is painted with a flattener in the paint so that glare
will not be a problem for the driver. You cannot purchase touch up paint at
a parts store to restore the paint. However, find a local automotive paint
supply store (one that supplies paint for body shops). You can purchase
cans of compressed air that will screw to a disposable paint container.
These cans of compressed air have a siphon nozzle at the bottom just like a
can of spray paint would have.
The paint supply store can mix a pint or quart of the paint color you need,
put the flattener and flex agent in it and away you go. just pour the paint
in the disposable container, screw it to the bottom of the can of air and
Talk to the person at the automotive paint store about how to prepare the
surface before youpaint it.
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