If you haven't heard of flocking, it's basically the synthetic suede material that you apply with a mini flocker after you basically paint on the "undercoat", basically just black glue. They have all different colors, aswell as the right color undercoat.
Here's some pics of how it turned out. I sanded the plastic "wood" first to get good adhesion. Wish I would have gone a little thicker on the glue tho. I did decide to leave the wood finish for the tray and second cupholder:
I also basically glued a pen cap and filled with gorilla glue to repair the pin thing:
But anyways, my Envoy is actually getting a new AFM delete kit from Texas Speed. So new cam, all new lifters and quite a bit more stuff aswell. Then I got a Duralast waterpump and a melling oil pump (I think the 10355 one). New spark plugs, and wires.
But while a guy I know is doing all that (just gave him the keys the other day), I took my center console out because various things were broken. One clip at the base was broke, and it was leant on the passenger side. Also for some reason, the back vents were destroyed. Got new ones.