|Item Weight||1 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||2.8 x 2.8 x 9.2 inches|
|Item model number||39143|
|Manufacturer Part Number||39143|
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SEM 39143 Trim Black Aerosol - 15 oz.
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I followed the instructions, very straight forward process. I was done in about 4 hours total, including prep work and dry time. The trims are back on the car and they look great.
I don't have much experience with detailed spray painting, but this stuff did most of the work for me. I have enough left over for another application if it comes off (but that looks to be years from now if I even have the car then).
I saved myself over 150 dollars, call me a happy camper!
Over the past 3 years I've tried:
1) Mothers - looks great but dries up after a few months
2) Stoners - same as mothers
3) Forever Black Dye - eventually fades and flakes off - 6 months
4) Urethane Supply PermaShine - fades way too fast
About a year and a half ago I used the permashine on a piece of trim on my car. I brought my car to a friend who works in a bodyshop and he painted a different piece of trim with the SEM trim paint. They both looked good, but a year later the permashine was faded while the SEM looked beautiful. I asked my buddy what he had used and the next day I bought some 400 grit sandpaper, some plastic bonding agent, and some SEM trim paint to refinish the rest of the car.
It's now 1.5 years after the first application of and it looks beautiful.
I wanted to do it in my garage (with the doors open) so the breeze wasn't a factor and used about 5 big plastic drop cloths all over the place. I was sure to cover anything I didn't want black. I did not use primer, I just cleaned it and made sure it was dry. The nozzle was a little different from what I was accustomed to, typically spray paint comes out in a circular "O" shape but this came out in a vertical "I" shape. Since I was going from a light grey to a dark black, I used 3 coats. I let it dry for an hour and a half between sprayings (this was just a random choice I made, the can says nothing about this) but it was dry to the touch 10 or 15 minutes later when I touched it. I could have probably put another coat on it but the difference was so drastic I was very pleased. There is an area where I let it run on the second coat, it's not very noticeable but I know where it is so I see it. The can is pretty big, you can get a lot of use out of it, I have plenty left over. I also used one of those spray gun handles which are a must for working with spray paint and made the job a lot less tedious. I used frog tape on the seam of the metal with the plastic bumper and then just masking tape on top of that to hold the drop cloth in place.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Truly amazed at the results on my hard plastic running boards. Looks better than the day they were new. Read morePublished 7 days ago by pete
The best trim black on the market. Leaves a nice finish and is durable.Published 20 days ago by greg erickson
A friend let me use some of this paint a few years ago. That was it. I love this stuff. As long as the item is clean, it will get painted. Read morePublished 1 month ago by San Diego
Ideal paint for matching '80s and '90s 'shadowline' trim on euro cars like BMWs. As with all paint, prep is everything.Published 2 months ago by cek
Used it to paint the sun faded plastic trim and windshield wiper arms on my pickup truck. Outstanding product!Published 3 months ago by fatboytx
Have used this in a body shop environment for years. Works and looks nice! The only reason I give it three stars is because I don't know the long term result of this being in the... Read morePublished 3 months ago by James