This only shows me painting my rear door panels on my sedan but this can easily apply to almost any interior pieces Materials needed Wax and grease cleaner Vinyl prep (not needed but recommended) Adhesion promoter (YOU NEED THIS) Your choice paint. I used an interior paint but you can use, for example, krylon because of the adhesion promoter will allow it to stick to plastic Time: really depends. Took me an hour or two for my two door panels Difficulty: 3/10 Process You'll need to start by having your material prepped. Painting is almost all in the prep so you will want to take your time here I started with the wax and grease remover to get it all clean If you have some pushed in areas on your door panel like so you can attempt to get them out by using a heat gun. Most of the time it will pop them out but sadly for it did not. Make sure to move the heat gun around when using it. If after what seems like a long time and the dent is still not out then chances are it won't come out and you will risk doing more damage to your door panel. After that I removed this piece for the window. You can mask it off if you please but it's super easy to take off. There's some metal tabs and you just bend them flat. Remember to mark which one is which. I put a "D" on this one off Driver side I then started to mask off the door panel. This will differ depending on what you're doing. Just be smart and think ahead. I'm redoing my inserts so I didn't really need to mask them off. I wasn't painting the lower section and I just slid some tape between that crack and then I used a putty knife to get the tape to stick inbetween good. YOU DO NOT WANT TO SAND THIS. IF YOU SAND IT YOU WILL NOT GET AN OEM LOOK. Next take the adhesion promoter and do a light dusting on what you're about to spray. Having good lighting will help you out to see if you missed any spots. sorry I wasn't able to get any pictures of this but it should be fairly straight forward After waiting about 5-10 minutes I returned with my paint can shaken up really good and I started by painting underneath the door panel. Your tabs will keep it from touching anything and you don't want to try and do this after you have painted the main section because you will get drips and what not. After painting the rear you can lay it down and start on the front. I sprayed a very light first and second coat. I waited about 10 minutes between coats. Make sure you're in a well ventilated area and the weather is good. Take a good look at it after about three or four coats and see if it needs anything else. This stuff dries really quickly and didn't leave any finger prints when touching it. I used a semi gloss and didn't spray a clear coat because I didn't want a shine and it isn't necessary to protect it. If everything checks out okay then unmask that bad boy and take pride in your work. It looks better in person. Will look awesome once I get my black leather inserts Here's what I did for the door handles. I'm not sure if the coupe handles are the same but here's what I did for the sedan. I wanted it to stay open because there was no way of taking it apart. I used a clamp to make it stay open and then masked of the chrome handle. I used a tape that wasn't super sticky incase it took off the chrome Here's my end result. I'm very happy with it.