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Old 02-25-2013, 03:18 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Black B-pillar panels

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The black B-pillar panels on my CRD are fading - now more grey than black! Can anyone suggest anything to bring them back to a nice black finish?

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Try a bit of car polish, because they're smooth finished, they won't take on the white haze that the grained plastics do. I tried Auto Glym resin polish on mine, didn't come up too bad.
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I think Fisch here bought some gloss black covers that go over them.give him a pm .
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Thinking of putting the chrome trim on mine, just need to know if they are a good fit with smooth edges and no gaps??

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with the chrome pillars there is a small gap on the edge where the 3m tape is, the black gloss has a thinner backing tape
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If Autogylm doesn't work, you can put matt finish vinyl wrap or even carbon wrap if you like
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I've recently put the chrome ones on - pretty good.
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