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Window pillar cleaning 320i

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Hi

Wondering what others use to glean the window pillars with. They are not painted in a gloss paint more a full Matt same as the triangular frame the wing mirrors are attached to.

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Which model, which colour?

photos would help.

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What year/model 320 though? Many different surfaces. And are you talking about the inside or out?

If it's the outside, does regular car wash liquid not work?

 

 

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1 hour ago, kaesark said:

320i black

sigh.  320i e21, then?  e30?  e36?  e46?  E9x?.... give us a photo Terry.

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So I'm talking about the triangular metal panel that the wing mirrors attached to and the pillars that the windows slide up and down.

Both are painted in a Matt Black that don't look like they get polished like rest of car

 

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Here is better shot showing different type of paint used different to rest of car.

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Okay, if you want professional grade stuff probably best to talk to the guys at OCD (http://www.ocdetailing.co.nz/).

You can get 'Trim Paint' online or probably from SCA or Repco which will keep it looking good for up to 18 months (?) depending on sun exposure.

I've used plastic spray on some of my exterior trim and am very happy... some people use peanut butter and are happy (no sh*t).

 

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