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post 24th March 2019 19:38
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The paint on my spoiler and the plastic strips above the rear windows looks to be slightly flat. I don't know if this how it came from the factory (as the rest of the car is fine) or whether it's something that happens to plastic parts over time (although the bumpers and mirrors are still shiny). Polishing doesn't seem to make any difference so I'm starting to think it's just poor factory paintwork.
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post 24th March 2019 23:01
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One tip is that a decent black shoe polish does a great job on the black interior trim. Does not make it too shiny and is much cheaper than the sprays. Particularly good on the door handles which can look really tatty over time.

Mark..
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post 25th March 2019 12:56
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QUOTE(mrmarkyt @ 24th March 2019 23:01) *
One tip is that a decent black shoe polish does a great job on the black interior trim. Does not make it too shiny and is much cheaper than the sprays. Particularly good on the door handles which can look really tatty over time.

Mark..


Interesting - I'll give that a try...
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