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      07-02-2009, 01:45 PM   #1
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Question What product to use on the door sills?

I am not sure that is what they are called, but I am reffering to the 2 black unpainted sides of the door that are located right above the door handles and go up and down, mine are a Dull gray and scratched, used to be black though.

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I am having the car detailed by a pro in a week or 2, so is there something I could use as a temp fix since it looks really bad right now??
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I think you're talking about the door pillars. I usually use an AIO to clean them up. It all depends on how bad they are in. Pics might help
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yeah Pillars sound better, in your pic, they would be black vertical parts of the doors.

and its pouring out right now so i cannot snap a photo. Is there anything that I can put on them that I dont need to order for a fast fix. Cause like I said I will be getting car detailed next week. Unless my detailer cant make it.
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You can use a cleaner wax such as Meguirs NXT 2.0 that should make them look much better.
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^^ thanks, I will try and pick some up 2day
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