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Old 10-07-09, 05:44 PM
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Wink alsacorp SOFT TOUCH PAINT / REPAINT DASH

ANYONE TRY THIS ?
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http://www.alsacorp.com/products/sof.../softtouch.htm

http://www.alsacorp.nl/photos.php?level=album&id=28


SEEMS TO BE A GOOD PRODUCT TO PAINT DASH ( oem soft touch)
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Old 10-07-09, 06:50 PM
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Wow they got some cool products. I think the soft touch paint would work real nice.
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so this is rubbed on?
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why would it be rubbed on?.......that would take forever...nah?
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the alsa products are great- required you have the right set-up to spray them.
dry air and a clean space are 100% necessary. just like with any paint, the finish quality is based on your prep. take your time and it will spray awesome.
We did it on a few trim pieces for this older monte carlo. there isn't as much 'texture' as I expected, but it did have a sort of 'soft' feel to it.
I can't tell ya how well it will hold up, as it was a customer's car. good sign- they didn't come back with any issues(any issues come up, the customer always comes back), so I'd guess that it has held up well.


I think it would be great on the top of a dash- cut down the glare!
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