Once you prime the parts, you can use anything you like.
The thing about spraying is to remember to use LIGHT coats, maybe just a single pass or two, and let that dry. Really, just lightly mist in the paint, not even trying to cover it at first.Then do a second light coat, dry, and a third and so on until you get the coverage you want. Resist the temptation to spray on a solid coat right out of the gate.
The trick here is in the priming, because some aerosol paints can craze the plastic, so priming is a wise precaution. Always do tests before committing to the prized piece.
let me know if it works.
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