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    Interior Next!!

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    Piano Black Interior scratched!

    it scratches so easily!

    does anyone now of any products that you can buy which will take out the scratches? they are only light but still annoying!
    Gone but not forgotten......
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    3 - Phantom Black - Black Optics - Most Extras

    Mods: Revo Stage 2+ - 18" BBS ch/Michelin PS2 - Recaro OEM Buckets - Milltek TBE NonRes/Sports Cat - Evoms Intake - APR hpfp - H&R Springs/ARBS F&R - Sachs Clutch/Luk DMF - AP Racing 6 Pot BBK - 10mm Spacers - Black Rings
    Mods To Do: Full Retrim - MY11 RNSe - Coilovers- Plenty Carbon




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    You could use a very light abrasive polish to maybe get a few of the scratches out

    maybe like poorboys ssr1 or maybe even autoglym super resin polish or scratch-x. I might hoke out my old piano trim and test it for you as i do not care about wrecking them

    bare with me!

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    We have used stuff like 3M hand glaze and T-cut in the past on plastics but yeah try it on something not visible first

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    boydie if you could that would be a real help! i hate the whole try on an inconspicuous area! none are flippin inconspicuous lol!
    Gone but not forgotten......
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    3 - Phantom Black - Black Optics - Most Extras

    Mods: Revo Stage 2+ - 18" BBS ch/Michelin PS2 - Recaro OEM Buckets - Milltek TBE NonRes/Sports Cat - Evoms Intake - APR hpfp - H&R Springs/ARBS F&R - Sachs Clutch/Luk DMF - AP Racing 6 Pot BBK - 10mm Spacers - Black Rings
    Mods To Do: Full Retrim - MY11 RNSe - Coilovers- Plenty Carbon




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    Mine still aren't scratched after 2 years.
    To keep them looking tiptop though I use the Jeffs Werkstat Prime Strong from Polished Bliss


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    Mate, sorry I cannot help - my garage is a right tip and I cannot find my trim!

    Polishing it will probably fix it rightly - try Autoglym SRP!

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    i wouldn't advise plastic x as it it removes the gloss.
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