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Old 10-13-2012, 07:09 PM   #1
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i was hauling a pressure washer and it ended up tipping and marking the rear window trim towards the roof (the mat black piece surrounding the window). Does anyone have any ideas on how to remove the marks or to cover them? They are greyish in colour and about 4 inches wide but it bugs the hell out of me!!

I tried goo gone and just water and a rag but so far no luck

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someone must have some secret for this!
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Post a pic maybe!
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Post a pic maybe!
that would mean getting off the couch and stop watching football.... not sure about that, haha
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Plasti dip mine used to be grey also I think it looks better now

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^^^^ thats not a bad idea.... looks good
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Here is a pic of it...

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Yeah I would just tape off and paint it with some krylon fusion
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Yeah I would just tape off and paint it with some krylon fusion
yah hopefully the mat black plastic paint would match but i'm sure it would be very close to a match
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Plasti dip will do it for sure!
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