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      09-03-2012, 03:52 AM   #45
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You mean Cyprio's car? Pretty sure that's genuine carbon...

I got my samples over the weekend, got to say the gloss and matte cf di-noc is pretty similar, not as much in it as I expected. I've ordered enough to do my interior now, should be here by weekend hopefully
Yes, although the gloss has a sheen they are very similar.

I ordered a gloss sample to try and match my centre console and when I got it I thought they had sent me matt by mistake!

I've bought some of this instead : http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/1306496647...84.m1439.l2649
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I got my Di-Noc the other day and have tried to get my trim wrapped tonight. Ive done the dash parts and the centre console part alright with minimal problems.

Trying to do the door trims now though and its just creasing loads on the curves and generally being a bit of a nightmare! Anybody any tips to help out? Im blasting it with a hairdryer but it cant work miracles haha.

If all else fails, might just leave the door trims as they are...
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      09-10-2012, 02:03 AM   #47
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I got my Di-Noc the other day and have tried to get my trim wrapped tonight. Ive done the dash parts and the centre console part alright with minimal problems.

Trying to do the door trims now though and its just creasing loads on the curves and generally being a bit of a nightmare! Anybody any tips to help out? Im blasting it with a hairdryer but it cant work miracles haha.

If all else fails, might just leave the door trims as they are...
Make sure you have some excess of vinyl on any curves or corner bits. Heat it so it stretches, then pull/stretch some more as you apply it. Should do the job with minimal creases.
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