Price: $4.65 Pros: very easy to apply Cons: N/A Recommended? Yes
Comments: The gloss paint on worn out plastics give them an deep black look that almost looks wet. the best part is that after they are painted mud comes off sow much easier and touch ups are a breeze.
Price: $4.99 Pros: Good quality paint and easy to spray. Dries fast and doesn't run. Cons: Chips if stricken. Recommended? Yes
Comments: I painted my front and rear bumper, as long as my rocker cladding with Fusion in summer 2009. After the front bumper made close friends with a sparrow on the interstate, I noticed a circular patch of gray showing through. Also, after several coats of rich, fertile Illinois soil was applied liberally to the rear bumper courteous of my rear tires, some of the paint on the lower edge began to chip off as well. This is probably my fault, though. Not the paint's. I only applied a few coats, so I would guess that 4-5 coats would have done much better. Overall I would consider the paint to be very worthwhile for repainting the faded gray bumpers on any Jeep.
Krylon Krylon Fusion Spray Paint for Plastic (12 oz.)
Price: $5.99 Pros: Sprays a fan pattern and not a circle but the fan can be adjusted Recommended? Yes
Comments: This worked well to cover my bumper ends as seen, as well as the front frame rail cover, and the black on the interior plastic parts as well. I even used it on the air intake on the cowel, the wiper arms (I felt adventurous) and the black parts of the dash as well as the interior part of the air intake to just make it black and the screen in there too. I have to put it through a winter, which is coming up, but expect good things considering that I used it on a patio table a few years ago with great results.