[DML] Re: Front grill
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[DML] Re: Front grill



The primer is really not necessary for a part that is already black. 
Properly cleaned and prepped, the black Krylon Semi-Flat Black works 
great.


-Joe O'Brien


--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, "coreysmoo" <coreysmoo@...> wrote:
>
> There is no need to dye the grill, or any of the black parts of 
the exterior for that matter. I just painted my grill yesterday.  I also repainted most of the exterior black parts a few months back.  Just go to any automotive or paint store, and buy a spray can of 
> black and a spray can of primer.  Be sure to sand the part 
completely smooth and clean it very well before applying the primer.





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