My insides also painted my gauges

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  1. Punk

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    lol i know i need to touch it up blaze told me he had the same thing happen
     
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    i prefer Chilli Pepper Red even if the same color lol
     
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    lol
     
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    menstration red ftmfw
     
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    wow
     
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    what kinda of paint do people use to paint their trim, swifter nob, etc?
     
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    How hard was it to take out?
     
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    I painted mine using Krylon Fusion, it's specifically for plastic. IMO Krylon is hands down the easiest/best spray to use. Dupli-Color is your second best bet but it takes more skill and patience. From my experience I noticed it likes to 'spatter' more than Krylon does.
     
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