I have a Wallstreet II 300MHz that I'm rebuilding and upgrading and I recently purchased a 14.1" LCD screen for it but the problem is that the outer case of the screen has many small scratches on the rubberized center part of the case, as well as a few scratches on the plastic case itself. I want to touch up the original black paint for both the plastic and rubberized areas but I'm not sure which paint I should use and if I should attempt to strip the rubberized section and then paint it. Any suggestions on types of paint and/or techniques? Thanks!
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