Unfortunately today I didn't make it over to my father's house to work on my car. Instead I got to go to the dentist! Yay! So I worked on prepping some of my other interior parts. A while back I searched around for what people recommended using for interior paint. The SEM brand paint is what I decided to go with. I think I ordered mine from amazon.com. I ordered 4 different paints: SEM Plastic/Leather Prep 38353 SEM Landau Black 15013 SEM Satin Black 15243 SEM Low Luster Clear 13023 The Landau Black is for plastics (Door panels, Sail panels, Kick panels, etc.) and the Satin Black is for metals. (Head-liner surround) Low Luster Clear is for both. I used the plastic prep first then shot two coats of the Landau Black, followed by a nice coat of Low Luster Clear. I didn't think to take a before shot, but the difference is quite amazing. Besides the gouges and scratches in the panels, they look brand new! Sorry for the terrible pic. The sun was setting. This picture really doesn't do them justice. They look great!!