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Interior scratch removal

Discussion in 'Audi S4/A4/A4 Cab (B7 Chassis)' started by tuffy, Jan 27, 2013.

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    Hi all
    I have a couple of nasty scratches on the ali trim in my s line. Has anyone had interior scratches they have managed to remove??
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    What type of ali trim, if it's fishscale then you could try using some acetone and a scouring pad to rub it down slightly then you could paint it, iy's hard work tho'. I did it on my old B6, looked after but really time consuming. Or you could vinyl wrap it, easy to do...... here's mine
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    Hope that helps fella

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    My drivers door trim was scratched, carbon wrapped them in the end as it was a cheaper fix.
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    Any pics of the carbon wrap. I'm thinking about it.
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    See my pics above ^^^^
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    Here is my previous carbon wrapped B7, I need to do my avant at some point really, apologies for the pic, its from my phone.

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    They both look tidy
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    was it a pain cutting arround the quattro logo ? this is whats stopping me from doing it
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    quattro wasn't too bard to cut out, I use a heat gun to shrink it over the badge, then used my swiss army knife to cut around it and something like a debit cart to poke the wrap down the sides of the quattro badge, I was worried about it, but it was reasonably easy and turned out really neat. Hope that helps a bit.
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