I never really cared for the plain white finish that Jeep hardtops have from the factory. I felt like it clashed against the rest of the Jeep’s interior and had an “unfinished” look. So instead of just leaving it unfinished, I decided to paint the interior black!
Follow along in the video below for step-by-step instructions on how to paint a Jeep hardtop interior from start to finish.
Interested in making a custom Jeep hardtop headliner? Check out this video and the companion post to learn how.
I used the following products for this project:
■ SEM Trim Black 20 oz. Aerosol Can Paint (# 39143) – https://amzn.to/2L7aHC2 (Qty: 4)
■ 3M Gray Ultra-Fine Hand Pand / Scuff Pad (# 07448) – https://amzn.to/3qyt5E9 (Qty: 2)
■ Scotch Blue 1.41″ Painters Tape (Masking Tape) – https://amzn.to/3oAWpIx (Qty: 1)
■ Trimaco Easy Mask 18″ x 180′ Brown General Purpose Masking Paper – https://bit.ly/maskingpaper
■ Xacto Black Gripster Knife – https://amzn.to/2K0xFKw
■ Klean Strip Acetone – https://bit.ly/kleanstripacetone (1 qt.)
■ TECKWRAP Plastic Felt Edge Squeegee 4″ – https://amzn.to/33RmzPe
■ 3M 7502 Half Facepiece Reusable Mask – https://amzn.to/33UOzl8
■ 3M 2901 P100 Particulate Filters – https://amzn.to/2K3FpeI (Qty: 2)
Step 1: Hardware Removal – 1:17
Step 2: Masking – 4:09
Step 3: Clean With Scuff Pads – 14:06
Step 4: Clean With Acetone – 17:39
Step 5: Apply Paint – 21:00
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