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I always lacquer for the interior...it goes on thinner and does not tend to fill the "grain" in the doors. It is flattend a bit so it's not a high shine.

My trim stuff can get shinny when I put the UV treatment on it...more so than the paint.

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Thanks. How about the paint that came from the factory? The product I am going to be using to repaint (SEM color coat) cautions against using it directly over an existing enamel as it my cause it to wrinkle. I'll be taking the doors down to bare metal, but I really don't want to do that on the dash.
 
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SEM is a vinyl dye which is lacquer-based. Any lacquer over enamel will cause the paint to "lift"
 
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