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#1 (permalink) Old 09-11-2004, 01:23 PM
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The previous owner of my car had no respect for me and got cig burns on the roof!!! Looks like the butt brushed the roof or something... a couple little black streaks... How much would getting the ceiling redone cost me? Could I do it myself?
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The previous owner of my car had no respect for me and got cig burns on the roof!!! Looks like the butt brushed the roof or something... a couple little black streaks... How much would getting the ceiling redone cost me? Could I do it myself?
I had the same problem with my tan headliner where the sunroof slides. It looked like they left it open and rain got in and left long muddy streak lines along it.

If you only have ash stains and not actual BURNS The BMW dealership does a full interior SPA clean for $129. My 1995 318i came back spotless and also the cleaning agents they used left my interior smelling fresh, like the inside of a new BMW. Plus they also washed my car's exterior and cleaned my rims for free.

Check it out.
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Really? It smelled brand new? At least one's a burn for sure... I wonder if I could try scrubbing them out myself?
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Really? It smelled brand new? At least one's a burn for sure... I wonder if I could try scrubbing them out myself?
Yeah, It was a clean smell...not like new plastic or leather odor like you get in the cheap american cars...but like a fresh soap scent!

If you DIY you can use the OEM bmw cleaning kits. They are like 4.97 for a small bottle of glass cleaner to 59.99 for the entire interior cleaning kit.

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