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Painting rubber and rubber-ized trim

Much of the rubber or rubber-ized trim (i.e. window mouldings) on my 96 are faded or peeling.

I've read that a lot of folks will use bed-liner to paint these pieces since it adheres well and you don't need a perfectly smooth finish.

Anybody here done this, or have an alternate idea?

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