I see the recent post about the exterior of the hard top answered a lot of questions, and it seems a pretty straightforward job, but right now I'm trying to figure out how to paint the INTERIOR of the hard top. My top has the standard pure white color on the interior (matches NOTHING on my black and camel color truck, and what sadist at Chevy decided to use pure white in an off-road vehicle: can you say DIRT-MAGNET?!) It's pretty filthy, and I'd like to paint it either black or beige, but every paint I've tested has just wiped right off without bonding. It's certainly not a paint-magnet. It's like the grafitti-proof paint they use in public bathrooms or subways. I'd like to avoid using regular spray-paint on such a large area. Does anyone have any experience painting the cap interiors? Am I going to have to strip the whole thing? I'm even thinking about maybe using a bed-liner coating. Do you think even this will stick? Any advice or experience? Thanks, and Happy Trails.