Sory to take so long to respond
I went to a autobody supply and paint shop, popped off a trim piece, brought it in, Dude used color slides to compare, but could have lazer tested to get a "mix" but with a perfect match of SEM spray paint (its more than paint, its got some toughness to it). For instace in my base color, they had 25 diffrent shades. The spray paint was applied over "spray texture" material (goto your local non chain car stereo shop that does real installs and ask the installation bay manager if you can order it (they will have it if they are a fabrication shop). It took 3 cans of texture and sanding and then wet sanding to match the factory "texture" and 2 cans of SEM to do what your tooking at.
Originally Posted by Phythorian
You know, there is a Dye that you can dip your parts in, supposivly its as tough as the original plastic color, but I dont make it a habbit to toss things at my touchscreen, the center console the Rottwieller went after someone walking by and slightly scratched (come steal my ****!), so now when she's along and I know I might be parking, I toss a towel over it, simple as that...