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Hi guys,

I'm new here and this is my first post.

I've recently bought my first Cayenne. A 2003 "S" It's not in bad condition, but some parts of the interior are letting it down. I'm surprised by the lack of quality of the paint on the interior plastics though. It seems to scratch very easily, leaving the black plastic underneath to show through.

My car has the tan interior. Has anyone had any luck in finding a suitable touch up paint for this color?

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I took my door handle cover and had it color matched with bejamin moore water based paint. I will get the specifics for you. I then bought an inexpensive air brush, covered the area and taped off what I did not want painted. It worked great. A painter friend recommended the type of paint. I painted the door handles, the center consol grab handles and some wear spots on the seats. Two very light coats was all it took.

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What year/interior? Mine is the sand beige and is that rubberized feel. Does yours?

I touched up some interior spots in my audi in a similar manner you talk about but it was smooth plastic, not rubberized.

yes, please provide the paint you used. Thanks

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