I have a vintage case that's getting pretty scuffed up. The "tolex" seems thin on it and little chunks lift up when scuffed. It has a bunch of that, especially around the edges.. Not big patches, just mostly the size of a quarter or less. Trying to think of something to "paint on" those areas where the wood underneath is showing to reduce further damage. Just wondering if anyone else has done it. Some thoughts: -Liquid Electrical Tape. I have tried this for speaker doping, it's great but really is very thin. Even multiple coats dont do much. So for this I'm afraid it's not a good thing. Also it dries flat black, it would be nice if something dried gloss or semi gloss to match the tolex. -What about that stuff you dip your tool handles in? If it comes in black. Is it too thick? -Does vinyl come in a liquid?