Cool...I'd like to see how this Black Satin holds up... post some photos for sure !
Thanks man! Haha I think we were both thinking the same on that one, don't want to mess up both ends of the truck at once. This was my last ditch effort before just buying new plastics, that stuff has been driving me nut for years. I asked the manufacturer about primer and they told me not needed, just scrub the surface really good with a heavy duty degreaser which surprised me. I think it's supposed to be self etching.Man, that looks good. Really good.
I was about to ask what the front..... then went back and saw that you are def doing it next, lol!
On my ‘06 I did it opposite, and never got to finish and do the rear. Probably not going to now since I bought the 2010. My front has held up surprisingly well and I used flat black rustoleum over primer.
Gonna do it to the ‘10, rack included.
Can’t wait to see yours all done!
This was the first one that I tried but I researched it for probably about a year beforehand. I couldn't find many reviews of this stuff except for a few on Amazon and the guy mentioned the can running out of aerosol with the can still half full which makes me think it's old product so I didn't buy there. I've heard good things about another brand called SEM that makes a bumper and trim paint but I think that one needs a primer coat first, I liked the Black Satin stuff because the manufacture told me it only needed a clean/degreased and scuffed surface which made it easy.I like that black satin. I'm going to paint my plastics this summer after some mechanical upgrades and have been trying to pick the right paint to do it. Have you tried others? Do you know how it compares?