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I do believe there was a thread about this earlier, but I could not find it. Has anyone on here successfully painted any of the grey plastic parts on their cars? If so how did you do it and with what paint?

I managed to go a full year without hitting any curbs, but just this morning at church I scratched up the right side of my chin spoiler :weepsI can't really do much about the scratches as is, so I figure it might be a good time to sand/fill them and then paint the whole part.
 

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You mean something like this? Yes, very easy and cheep to do. Any paint shop should be able to do it. They only need to put a plastic resin in the paint and sand the part well.
 

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Oh I see. I was hoping to do it myself to save on costs but maybe I'll ask around some paint shops. However if I have to get it done professionally it might be cheaper just to buy an after market chin spoiler like Stillen
 
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