For the crack, I would use some epoxy or some of that liquid plastic they have noe. Just slap some of it on, a generous amount. Wait till it hardens and then sand it down so that it's flush with the rest. When I painted my dash, I used regular spray paint from home depot, I forget what I used. Then I got 2 bottles of clear coating. I remember I painted it with 3 coats, or until the entire bottle was gone. Then I let it dry.. (THAT'S THE KEY) and then applied like 10 layers of clearcoat on them. Rigth now, they look like that was the real color and it doesn't scratch easy. I would have to get a knife blase and dig into it in order for it to scratch. it's cool. just be patient and wait till the paint is rally dry before applying a second coat.
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