slightly scuffed my front bumper. the scuffed rubbed out but i have two small paint chips. not to worried because the bumper is plastic and will not rust. i just don't want the paint to keep chipping now. and suggestions? where can i get a small amout of dark silver touch up paint? of do i put something else clear over the chip to seal it and prevent it from chipping more? thanks.
dont worry thats a public login I made a long time ago for people to view pics who dont have a Imagestation account
It looks fine... you cant see it unless you are up close to the car like within 5 feet otherwise its basically unnoticable... and even up close people still have to look for it. The only easy way to tell is the dirt line where the bra ends... thats if you dont keep your car clean. And I havent had much problems with dirt build up on the edges either... U can get it clean with a terry cloth wipping it.
Definetly doesnt peel... its on its on... its hard to pull off... but it can be removed w/out any residues the installer put a piece on the steering wheel for me so i wont scratch the cap and i just took that piece off reciently after a year being on... no problems... just take your time peeling if off... not easy...
yellowing?? no... its not suppose to yellow and if it does they should replace it under waranty its 4 years here for me. and i've had it for a year and 2 months now? and no signs yet... *knock on wood*
Yeah, I had imagined dirt at the edges, but considering I will be cleaning the car on a weekly basis - maybe more - cant see that being a problem. Not like Im driving unsealed roads or anything either.
The only thing I noticed from those photos was the film OVER the front badge? Am I seeing right? Cause that makes it kind of obvious.
Some say he loves gaming and that he also loves house work..... All we know is, he's called The ScottyB!
Over the front badge? no its cut around it.. so ya you dont have protection over the badge... and there is a little space where the badge edge and where the bra edge ends. so ummm about 1/8 inch not covered... maybe less? about that.
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