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Old 10-04-2004, 02:21 PM   #1 (permalink)
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The infamous "search" feature is not working. Someone was talking a while back about a great website to get matched paint in a pen/spray/can. What was the site?

Also, I am planning on painting the mouldings on my car...do I need to clear coat them also???
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if you want them shiny yes cear coat them

paintscratch.com can get your color.
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are the mouldings the trim around the doors and back windows?? If so, then I need to paint mine too--will this touch up paint work well?
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He is just talking about the rubber strip midway on the door (im pretty sure ).

the other stuff can be made black again with many prodcuts out there like blackagain.
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He is just talking about the rubber strip midway on the door (im pretty sure ).

the other stuff can be made black again with many prodcuts out there like blackagain.
Correct on both accounts...

To just make your black trim "blacker"...or shiny new...use Mother's Back to Black or Trim and Tire Shine (and I can't remember who makes it ghead )
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so what about the metal mouldings around do0r and back window ('94 318 is)? Thje paint on mine is all chipped--what should I use--or do I need to replace them all together?
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