I didn't even think about doing that with the decals. Just go to Autozone and buy some sandpaper and a can of spray paint. I used caliper paint, but it's completely up to you. I took Jay's suggestion about using three coats. First i sanded, then sprayed a coat, sanded that, sprayed a second coat, sanded any runs, then shot a third coat. The first two were light coats, with the third being a semi-wet coat. My first mistake with the tweeter cover was spraying it while it was raining outside. Seeing as how Sarah is pregnant, i had to do it in the garage. eventually i waited until i had a dry, warm day to paint. Ironically, everything came out better than i thought it was going to. I still need to post pics of the center console, and paint the passenger door and rear speaker cover in addition to my tweeter cover that's being used as a voltmeter pod. I can't wait to get it all done. We'll push the car into the driveway and get pics of everything in the sunlight. I'm kind of thinking i should've gone to O'Reilly Auto Parts and talked to the guys in their paint shop about mixing together some Bayside Blue and putting it into a spray can so i can see the actual color on the car. I might still do that, just not too sure how.