I had some spray painted items in the back seat of my jeep for about 2 days.... it took a good while to get the smell out. I could imagine that spraying an item in the jeep would smell worse. I want to do it to but have held off. I was also thinking about covering the inside with pages torn out of playboy mags...
From all I've read key to a long lasting paint job is prep. Rub the interior down with rubbing alcohol real good, mask off and use a flat black paint that is good for painting plastic. I'm going to do this during the summer when I'm running without the hard top and it's hanging in the air.
Or save yourself a bunch of time and effort and get a black Spiderweb Shade and leave it on with the Hard top. You can't see the white top and you've got a sun shade when you take the top off. 99 bucks, I think. I'd pay 99 bucks not to prep and paint my hard top.
I plasti dipped mine about 2 years ago, I think it worked awesome. There are a couple spots on the back edges that could use a touch up, because my hard top hangs most of the summer. The beauty of the plasti dip is I can touch it up easily and you don't see the touch ups.
I don't think there is any noticeable change in heat/cool or road noise, it's just not thick enough for that.
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