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White Corsair c70 Vengeance Mid Tower case. I've chosen to paint the front bezel and window trim Red. You can use this guide for painting the plastic trim on any manufactured PC case. Here is my suggested Tools & Supplies: NOTE: I prefer using SEM brand professional self-etching primer for all of my paint projects because it's compatible with all material types and dries within 60 minutes in 60F - 75F temp environment. You won't find this specialized product at retail auto part stores. It's normally found at Autobody Specialty suppliers or Amazon. It's very toxic for your lungs, so apply in well ventilated area and wear a filtered respirator mask which is recommended with any other Aerosol paints as well. I can guarantee your paint job will yield same results as mine if you use different paint brand / type in different stages as mine or environmental temps. Large Phillips Screw driver Large Flat head Screw driver Micro Flat head Screw driver Red Scotchbrite Pad SEM Self Etching Primer (Substitute brand OK) Rustoleum brand Automotive Enamel, RED Rustoleum brand Automotive Enamel, CLEAR (not pictured) Super or Krazy Glue Red Scotchbrite Pad I will also be swapping out the window to non-ventilated version. You need to remove the 16x Black screws in the Corsair c70 side panel to remove the factory window and plastic trim. Black plastic Corsair c70 plastic window trim removed. To remove the front bezel trim, you need to remove the fan filter. The bezel trim is held in place with tiny pegs on backside of the trim. These pegs were melted by the factory to hold the trim in place. Use the Large Flat head screw driver to scrape off the top of the melted pegs. You will use Super glue later to re-install the bezel trim. Use Micro head flat head screw driver to pry off the bezel trim. The front bezel trim is actually four individual pieces, but you can keep the bezel intact while painting it.