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Discussion in 'Detailing' started by shahedz, Dec 10, 2012.

  1. shahedz
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    I have just ordered the black optic grill for my A4 B7 Cab.

    The s-line grill it came with has a grey number plate surround as well as the parking sensors which are grey.

    Rather than buy a new number plate surround and black sensors (sensors are very expensive) . I wanted paint them.

    What spray paint can I use and would it affect the sensors?

    Thanks
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    you can usually colour match sensors with no probs mate plastic primer and paint
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    Thanks Southylad, will spray over them then. If anyone has any advice on how to spray it please post away.
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    That is good paint mate I have matt gloss and satin black in my shed by them and used on lots of things
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    Brilliant will give it a go
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