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blueTRD
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blueTRD Jul 29, 2:49am - #235266 
2000 Spectra Blue Toyota Celica
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2000 Toyota Celica

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dyeing interior panels and dash

I intend to dye my interior panels and dash black, like Carbon Blue GT did. I've saved his tutorial and just have 1 quick question. Do you think it's possible to dye it without removing the panels? My car is in the shop and will probably remain there for a few weeks. So can I just wash it and dye it "on-the-spot"?
I mean I can just apply the dye on it right?

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GTStick
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GTStick Jul 29, 4:33am - #235267 

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yeah just make sure you mask off everything you dont want painted (obviously). Its more of a pain to do it when its on but it is do-able.
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FloydianSlip6
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FloydianSlip6 Jul 29, 5:42am - #235268 

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don't do it with the pieces in. The dye will collect on the seams, and run quickly on the slopes and you will get an uneven shitty looking job. Take the panels off and do it right or you'll regret it.
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