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      03-28-2013, 09:48 AM   #67
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I love it. I'd be even more demanding of my passengers to NOT TOUCH ANYTHING with this though lol.
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      03-30-2013, 06:09 PM   #68
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Thanks for all the comments everyone!

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Hey anyone want to chime in on how the interior has held up over time
So far it has help up good. Of course I have to clean/brush it often. I actually spilled orange juice on the center console part just two days ago. I wiped it off immediately, let it dry, then brushed it and hoped for the best. Amazingly I can't even tell I did that now. I think its maybe because I applied scotch guard a few times so it didn't get a chance to absorb?

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I love it. I'd be even more demanding of my passengers to NOT TOUCH ANYTHING with this though lol.
yea so far I am the one that has become a little careless haha
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      08-14-2013, 01:55 AM   #69
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thanks for all the comments


I use 3M multi purpose adhesive. It may be a little pain to remove but the backside is also different so it may not be too bad. At least I hope not haha


It took me roughly 4hours. I did one piece at a time. and also took forever to find the torx 10 to remove the ashtray. I ended up having to go purchase another since I couldn't find mines.
How did you take off the silver tab off of the ash tray?
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thanks, yea thats my main concern but I hardly ever eat in the car and drink is usually water. I am going to scotch guard the trim pieces tomorrow in hopes to help keep them as clean as possible.
+1 Scotch guard is the $l-l1t
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different, not sure though
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Beautiful! How are the corners done? There are a few places where corners show, particularly the two dash trims on the corner near the steering wheel. I'm guessing a neat fold is the best option?
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Beautiful! How are the corners done? There are a few places where corners show, particularly the two dash trims on the corner near the steering wheel. I'm guessing a neat fold is the best option?
Thanks, yea just pull and stretch the fabric a little to form around the corners best. Just be careful and try your best to keep your hands clean and free of glue!! I didn't and messed up two spots

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different, not sure though
yea I honestly like it a lot but its such a pain to maintain.. Thanks for looking though

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+1 Scotch guard is the $l-l1t
I know right. It's been a while and I guess scotch guard should be applied every so often. as i figured out the hard way

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How did you take off the silver tab off of the ash tray?
once you take the ash tray top piece off you can grab a small flat head screw driver and from underneath you will see 3 wholes filled with a sort of glue if i remember correctly. use the screw driver and scrape off the glue. then you can push with little force from underneath and it should come off.
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      08-29-2013, 02:03 PM   #74
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Bought a second set of trims and will give this a try. Yay weekend project. Thanks for the inspiration
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if your problem is the adhesive sticking to the original trim then just wrap it with vinyl or plastic dip and then apply the adhesive.... problem solve......

Op your interior looks Sick !!! well done DIY.....
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Bought a second set of trims and will give this a try. Yay weekend project. Thanks for the inspiration
if you have any more questions post up here or PM me. GL

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if your problem is the adhesive sticking to the original trim then just wrap it with vinyl or plastic dip and then apply the adhesive.... problem solve......

Op your interior looks Sick !!! well done DIY.....
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btw, I'm now thinking of what to do next as I have had it this way for a bit now..
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thanks, your signature is sick!
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btw, I'm now thinking of what to do next as I have had it this way for a bit now..
Do share What are you thinking?
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Do share What are you thinking?
to be honest I have no idea I already did the CF fabric and the suede I have on it now. Not sure what was next. Was thinking some sort of print but IDK, may be too tacky.
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to be honest I have no idea I already did the CF fabric and the suede I have on it now. Not sure what was next. Was thinking some sort of print but IDK, may be too tacky.
oem leather cf =)
or similar leather CF but in custom color stitches.

im getting tired of mine too but once people see it and put up good word, that makes me keep it for a bit longer.
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oem leather cf =)
or similar leather CF but in custom color stitches.

im getting tired of mine too but once people see it and put up good word, that makes me keep it for a bit longer.
I know how exactly you feel. And that is interesting... hmm
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Here is my exclusive interior I will post a full interior later

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