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Old 11-25-2003, 07:43 AM   #1 (permalink)
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well since my recent findings of paint showing up underneath my grey sideskirts ive decided it can be done. Earlier a couple of people told me bmw only started painting under the sideskirts AFTER 94, but as you will see from the pic they definitly did on my 93. So i think im going to do it either friday or saturyday this weekend. Any one that has done it have any advice, comments, cautions or warnings before i do this???
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Old 11-25-2003, 10:03 AM   #2 (permalink)
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hey aggieland what are you using to remove the grey, I wanna do mine sometime this week as well. Let me know how it goes and we can post some pics.
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i dont know thats why im looking for feedback
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Check the FAQ, or here:

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Dude, I have said it before haha....and it only cost like $25 all around. Get 1 Gallon of Castrol Super Cleaner(Napa has it), then pick up a spray bottle(windex spray bottle thingy), fill it with CSC spray it on your side skirts about every 10 minutes for like 40-50 minutes(until spongey)(what helps this is being in the sun, in somewhere hot) then get a sponge and scrub with RUBBER GLOVES on, LATEX WILL NOT DO.
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asio would know from first "hand" experience, pun intended hahaha
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