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Unread 09-14-2010, 04:06 PM   #21
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I managed to get away from bridge inspection for a bit and steal the laptop so here's the photo (attached).
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*Bump*

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I don't see anything odd. and also, not many of us are on during the weekend so responses take longer.
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Yeah i can't see any scuffs.
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I wish my interior looked that good lol.
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This is where the crappy camera comes into play... I said it wouldn't be captured multiple times. I was told to post it anyway so that the material could be verifed.

Also, I waited several days before bumping. Good to know about the active periods, though, as I may need some advice on rims and speakers at some point.

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Sorry, I thought I saw the same date for the pic and the bump. I'm currently not all there, even remotely.

I have a S*!t ton of scratches all over my entire plastic interior.. kind of get used to it.
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Sorry, I thought I saw the same date for the pic and the bump. I'm currently not all there, even remotely.

I have a S*!t ton of scratches all over my entire plastic interior.. kind of get used to it.
Well it only looks as good as it does because the dealership fixed all but a little portion of it. That is why I don't want to bother them if I don't have to, and so I wanted to see if that heat gun method that was mentioned earlier would work for my material (which apparently isn't vinyl?).

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The part with the stitching is vinyl, part underneath is plastic.
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The part with the stitching is vinyl, part underneath is plastic.
Well then the scuff is on the plastic portion. Is that what the heat gun method is useful on? If so, any guides to follow? I have a hair dryer I usually use for a heat gun (when I do shrink tubing on wiring, for example), so I have the equipment.

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