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Old 05-14-2005, 05:26 PM   #1
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today i decided to go ahead and remove my door guards.. one side came off easy and is now looking perfect.. however... on the other side.. i got a lil quick removing it.. plus i believe its a different -(def. newer) guard b/c a previous wreck which resulted in a smashed in passenger door... now the passenger side outline to the guard wont come off and im using credit cards.. dential floss...hair dryer... everything-- it looks horrible what now..? also any product that buff out lil very small scratches?
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Old 05-14-2005, 05:28 PM   #2
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is it like the adhesive stuff or what? if its the adhesive, try taking it to a powerwasher and put the car wash nozzle right up to it... see if that helps any
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im gonna go try i have a 3000psi powerwasher
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other than that i dont really know... id be careful rubbin it with credit cards though, thatll probably scratch your paint.
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try using goo gone.then buff it out.
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Old 05-14-2005, 06:07 PM   #7
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ohh fukcc
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Old 05-14-2005, 06:08 PM   #8
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you cant tell ..but i chiped the paint off in more than one area.... this door guard was not right .. the other side was soo easy.. and i sprayed it soo hard the paint came off.. what does it cost to paint the door.? the worst day ever
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BTW the middle picture it the good side.. the others are all ****
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try using goo gone.then buff it out.
. would have been the best method. then cover those chips with some touch up paint.
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yeah man your right.. but its too late now.. i think the whole door will have to be repainted.. my dads friend will do it
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try to see if you can put some touch up paint.
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try using goo gone.then buff it out.
too late but yeah that woulda been thing to do...
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Maybe just put the gaurds back on???

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haha.. yeah its okay im not too worried.. it might get it done for free.. and if not then its still okay.. i like the take-off door guards look
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I bet if you sprayed some degreaser on the stuff, then wiped it with some laquer thinner on a rag and wiped it clean with a wet one it would have come off....
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Old 05-19-2005, 07:48 PM   #17
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kiljosh.. paint chips the size of oreos came off when i blasted this shti.haha.. its all good im only worried when i take it in to claim warrenty paint problems that the guy will see the outline to where the door guard once were and make me pay.. nvm its over haha
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*takes notes*

my car was a victom of a hit and run in february and i got a new passanger side door. i might hold off on removing the door panels as well.
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