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Noticed that the colour coded blanking plate on the TF matches and fits much better than our Trophy plate. Is this normal? It would seem that the plastics used are not consistant!

Also found that the plastic door trims use plastics that easily scuffs (same on our previous F). Anyone else found this and what do you use to clean off the marks?
 

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Yes - they are made of slightly different plastics. However, there is a solution to this. SImply get the whole dashboard covered in leather!!

Damp sponge to clean the scuff marks off.
 
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Andy

That's an extravagent way of sorting the problem! :D Looks nice though.

We sponge the marks - but they tend to be a little stubborn at times. Especially when they who care not travel with us - teenage kids. :D
 

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Alternatives...

o - Paint the airbag blank to match the car

o - Obtain a burr walnut one from Mike Satur

o - Obtain a carbon fibre one from Mike Satur

o - Obtain an alloy look one from Mike Satur
 

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Andy

That's an extravagent way of sorting the problem! :D Looks nice though.


Extravagant!?! You haven't seen SF or my car up close ... :D

We sponge the marks - but they tend to be a little stubborn at times. Especially when they who care not travel with us - teenage kids. :D
Need one of those dish scourer ones with the sponge on one side and a scourer on the other. Use the scourer on the more difficult marks (but not too hard or you'll mark the car). Then get some brillo pads and use them on the kids which will enlighten them as to why they should not commit such a heinous crime again!!! ;)
 
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