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Piano Black Interior scratched!

Discussion in 'A3/S3/Sportback (8P Chassis)' started by S3RYE, May 9, 2009.

  1. S3RYE
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    S3RYE Interior Next!!

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    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!
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    Boydie Boycie VCDS Map User

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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!
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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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