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    Sorry so full of questions today lol...someone has tried to cover the whole inside of the vec I bought in that nasty di-noc stuff if I just pull it off will it do any damage to the trims?

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    no it wont but i put it on because the previous owner has wrecked the trims and their covered in scratches

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    Di-noc?
    Wossat then?

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    I saw car recently that had done his door mirrors and a few other exterior bits in the white DI-Noc stuff, it actaully looked really good. He said he did it to cover all the nasty marks he was getting on the white paint etc..
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    Quote Originally Posted by Caveman_nige View Post
    I saw car recently that had done his door mirrors and a few other exterior bits in the white DI-Noc stuff, it actaully looked really good. He said he did it to cover all the nasty marks he was getting on the white paint etc..
    I did the same thing to my door pillars to cover the flaking that had appeared.

    9 times out of 10 it has been put there to cover something up.

    If its genuine 3m stuff it normally looks and feels pretty good and isnt exactly cheap to do (cost me £24 for the stuff for the front 4 door pillars to do it myself)

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    gently heat with a hairdryer to loosen otherwise in this weather its going to come off into tiny little pieces - i fitted it exterior wise on my old Signum on the fog lamp covers and chrome window trims (remember the Green) it comes off and if not heated leaves a sticky residue which any spirit based cleaner will remove

    as above it might open a can of worms on scuffs and scratches ...but these can also be remedied

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    It was 3m stuff and it did cost a fortune lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chuddy View Post
    I did the same thing to my door pillars to cover the flaking that had appeared.

    9 times out of 10 it has been put there to cover something up.

    If its genuine 3m stuff it normally looks and feels pretty good and isnt exactly cheap to do (cost me £24 for the stuff for the front 4 door pillars to do it myself)
    What size sheet did you need, and did you do the mirror bases?

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    Quote Originally Posted by leemarksmith View Post
    What size sheet did you need, and did you do the mirror bases?
    Cant remember exact size mate but i probably just have enough left for the mirrors bases but need to buy more for the rear quarters. Just havent got round to doing them in this awful weather >.<

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