I did mine with this brand,comes in a spray can.Advanced Auto Parts has it.
Problems that I had were not being able to get a consistent texture across the top of the dash.Some parts of the dash look great but then other areas not so good.Needs to be done over.Small parts are easy to get a consistent look.My glove box door and gauge panel looks brand new.I did learn this though,if you want a thick texture[as original]keep the dash cool and out of sun light.For a fine texture add heat[sunlight]and it takes a least 24 hours to dry.Paint all parts at the same time.I would think an auto paint supply could get this stuff in a quart can so you could spray it with a gun,i have not looked into that yet but i think this would help to get an even texture[wider spray pattern].I sanded the dash but did not use primer.I used two cans of the stuff as well.It will look like crap at first but be patient and this stuff runs easy so prop the dash up as it would be in the car and dont move it after you spray.
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