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I have recently bough a second hand R50 and it's in brilliant condition apart from a few scuff marks on the interior plastic trim. Has anyone got any tips or products they used to bring it back to looking like new and removing the marks?

Or is it like trying to polish a turd?

Cheers guys
 

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I'm sure a lot of the interior plastics are very cheap to buy so if they're beyond being saved, I wouldn't be too scared of phoning the parts department! If its something that really bothers you.
 

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You asked me this yesterday Tom and I said you can't polish scratches out - why ask again? Don't you believe me? :confused:
 

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I believe certain areas can be "repressed". I saw my mate do it. If its not too bad you can apply some heat or a flame, not too much though, and it will somewhat form back to normal. If it is too far gone I believe that their is like a stamp that has the same pattern as the grey trim and you heat it up and light press it on and it will take the scratch out and reinstate to look/texture of the panel.
 
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