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Any good solution to protecting door edging for new car.

Discussion in 'A3/S3/Sportback (8P Chassis)' started by paul_r, Oct 1, 2011.

  1. paul_r

    paul_r Member

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    Hello, i have just taken delivery of a new (ish) A3 with perfect door edgings. Any way to protect apart from the normal (rather ugly) door strips. Its black.
     
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  3. symun

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    Don't let women or kids in the car.
     
  4. J.R.

    J.R. "Started From The Bottom"
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    If only audi thought of this first....

     
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  5. TimG

    TimG Active Member

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    ^^ Actually quite a good/clever idea!
     
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    well done ford that is a really good idea to be fair
     
  7. slade777

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    Good idea but if someone opened their door onto my car like that I'd go mad!!!!
     
  8. nally

    nally MPG the new BPH

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    i would throw that kid over the edge of the mutistory. there brilliant tho audi ones?
    i use the clear stick on gel ones about £4 a pack of 4 i love em looking for some at mo asda sell them beleve it or not.
     
  9. cooky19

    cooky19 Shiny S line Quattro

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    Hi mate get some clear vinyl from Lamin-x or similar 3m product, it will protect the edge of the door, and if applied correctly will be hardly visible unless you look really closely, no one will know its there. It doesnt fade or discolour and keeps your paintwork shiny and new underneath and is easy to remove. Cheers
     

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