I did some dash parts for my Miata. It was done light wood burl color. The parts looked great, but they were a bit darker than I'd been hoping for. That's the problem trying to color match over the internet. It's basically impossible..Newbiewan said:
Quit frankly, I don't remember if the hidden areas were done. I suspect not, because they charge by the square inch. As for the process: I'm not sure what it is either, but the results (for the faux wood) are as nice as any OEM faux wood trim I've seen. The material does have a little depth to it. I remember some thin "character lines" in the original plastic were lost after the process was done.Newbiewan said:Do you know what process they use? I'm curious how they would put the brushed aluminum on the parts. It must be some sort of thin metallic film that they glue to the surface and then coat with some sort of protectant.
Were the hidden sides of the pieces you sent in finished as well?