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Jas16   
Sat Jan 04 2020, 10:29pm
Joined: Feb 07 2017
Member No: #2994
Location: Hereford
thank you all for your help on the guides
FraserG   
Sun Jan 05 2020, 08:15pm
Joined: Jan 05 2015
Member No: #2011
Location: Auckland
Why do these trims always look so filthy? By the look of it they are also very difficult to clean and mine seem baggy from memory. Must have a closer look but it will only annoy me!
Hattershaun   
Sun Jan 05 2020, 08:27pm
Joined: Dec 19 2010
Member No: #320
Location: Bedfordshire
FraserG wrote ...

Why do these trims always look so filthy? By the look of it they are also very difficult to clean and mine seem baggy from memory. Must have a closer look but it will only annoy me!



I think they get dirty if the car has been driven with the side window open, dirty air constantly hitting them. Also, where the front seat passengers have smoked cigarettes (often with the window open), the trims get dirty.
tj67   
Sat Feb 15 2020, 03:59pm
Joined: Oct 31 2019
Member No: #4123
Location: Lincolnshire
I've ordered fabric today enough to cover B pillers .
Removing covers tomorrow ready for trip to have professionally covered.
Great info
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