I don't allow passengers unless they first put on some slippers & velvet gloves..Markmod1 said:Might be a chipsaway job unless your a dab hand with a fine brush, base coat, clear coat, and polishing grits, compounds.
Is it just in the clear coat or does it go into base colour coat? This I expect will be a problem with the dash, my mum insists on putting her hand on the front of the dash to reverse into the seat... Her rings, bracelets etc all bang scratch and rattle on the dash as she drops to the seat... I expect that I too will find same damage on my dash soon!
The question about whether the dash is painted/lacquered or moulded plastic is the key one. If it is the latter than polishing will be difficult if not impossible. I don't know the answer to that one.Upmeister said:Isn't the black dash 'deep black pearl' finish? So presumably it's a painted finish rather than glossy plastic? I think just the control panel, stereo and steering wheel trim are piano black.
Do they do a clear 'wrap'? If so could be worth getting the dash wrapped before it gets damaged - if it's of major concern.