Re: [DML] Re: Paint the rear louver?
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Re: [DML] Re: Paint the rear louver?

If the rear louver is just a dull gray, I would try cleaning it throughly with white vinegar and then applying Back to Black. It is a great product for bringing back a new look to any black trim on a car. If the louver has white areas around the edges, touch them up with a black Sharpie permanent marker before applying the Black to Black. For those who have louvers in good shape, the B to B will keep them looking that way. Rod, 10921

Harold McElraft <hmcelraft@xxxxxxx> wrote:          About 12 years ago (or longer) I used plasti-kote bumper black part no. 
616. It still looks great! I think so anyway. It has held up like iron.

I have used it on the black around the inside of the door jams too.

I haven't seen it in stores here in the northeast but you can get it 
from - it is under Plasti-Kote bumper-color black. Same part 

Harold McElraft - 3354

--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, "John Slupski" <slupa@...> wrote:
> Hey all - my rear louver is pretty faded. I read the DML archives 
> some folks recommended Krylon semi-flat black paint while a few 
> said it's not a good idea to paint it at all. Any thoughts? If 
> painting is not the way to go, what have other people done?


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