Paint my car dashboard

I want to change the color of my dashboard with paint that will not fade or peel off live in Florida car is outdoors

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  • Nancy Turner Nancy Turner on Nov 16, 2017
    I don't know if there is a paint that will not fade in the hot intense Florida sun. It can be awfully brutal between the heat and humidity. Check with a body shop, or someone that does vinyl repair on furniture and cars.
  • 27524803 27524803 on Nov 16, 2017
    I know that I have seen paint for auto vinyl at my local Pep Boys... and if they carry it, then other places will too... Rapid fading will depend on color and where you live (in AZ everything fades in the heat and sun) Covering the dash or using the window shades will help with fading.... but you have to USE them.
  • William William on Nov 16, 2017
    Go to the auto parts store and get some paint made for vinyl dashboards.
    • Lola Felden Lola Felden on Nov 16, 2017
      Hi William. Will it fade or peel because it is in the sun all day. I put carbon fiber on it used red and this faded into light pink. It looks cheap and ugly. Lucky than I can take that off but worried about the paint. Another issue is the head liner is now falling in places it is a 2001 Corolla thanks for your sdvice
  • William William on Nov 16, 2017
    You can talk with the sales people at the auto parts store about the fading. Using a sun shade like Marty suggests. As for the headline you could use hot glue to glue it back up or the auto store can advise you on that.
  • Rembatb Rembatb on Nov 16, 2017
    We used this to adhere our headliner back along with the use of a butter knife but you could use a putty knife. Our headliner has never came down. Expect sticky fingers and use kleen greene or orange clean to get the sticky off. No suggestions for the paint peeling, sorry.

  • Lola Felden Lola Felden on Nov 16, 2017
    If I finished the dried paint can I use clear IUV paint over it?
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