That sounds like a great idea! Please post a how-to if successful.wetoddid said:I'm glad you brought this up, so I didn't have to. My attempt, unless trumped, will be to remove the button, sand and prime, then apply acrylic enamel with an air brush, being carefull not to "pack" the button shut with paint. Most of your paint shops will mix samples of paint and you can get a black AE, thin it down, and lightly dust the button. If the proper primer is selected, that stuff will never come off.
I will try this first. Also, Forever Black, Bumper and Trim Dye Kit, sounds appealing.try a product called "black again." works great.