Originally Posted by EWC88
Do you know if regular plastic spray paint would work for painting those pieces?
I don't think so. When I had mine apart, it seemed to be a harder ABS type plastic with a thin cladding of elastomeric plastic (to get a 'soft' feel). I am a former mold maker and I notice things like this. Anyway, if you use a regular paint on the elastomeric plastic, it will not last long. It will probably crack and peel.
I suggest a product called FabSpray. I actually don't know if it still made, but I used some about 20 years ago. It is a spray paint/dye made for vinyl and fabric (like upholstery). If FabSpray isn't made any more, I'll bet there are other brands.
You may also want to get another piece out of junk yard to experiment.
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