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Old 08-12-2013, 11:14 AM   #1
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Cleaning the inside of the wheel wells?

Anybody know a good way to blacken up the inside of the wheel wells and get rid of the faded look?
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Blacken up you could try dip
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mothers back to black, turtle trim restore, mequiars ultra black....undercoat, or dip....
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mothers back to black, turtle trim restore, mequiars ultra black....undercoat, or dip....
Thanks i tried some products and got them looking black like I wanted
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You could take them off and spray them with bed liner
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I took the tires off, taped off the car, and the brakes, etc. and resprayed the insides with gloss black paint. Simple and looks good.
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I took the tires off, taped off the car, and the brakes, etc. and resprayed the insides with gloss black paint. Simple and looks good.
Nice, I think this might be a project for me sometime
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