I don't think we're talking about the same thing. The silver is located around the windows on the doors themself..ms nismo said:I dont know if this varies from year to year but in mine a 99 i removed all my window for painting and it was hell. You have to remove the whole window to remove it. (i dont know if we are talking about the sam thing though.)
Ohhhh now I know what your talking about.....your talking about the ghetto silver shit...not the stock silver window trim...two totally different things....right? Do you have it going all the way down the doors? Maybe even around the trunk?ms nismo said:Well eh if you wait like a week, i get my car back and i have to put everything back on. So i can give you a definite answer then but i think that the silver trim is actually screwed in the door frame. But i can give you a definite answer in a week.
So I should cover it up rather then remove it??? It'll be a totally different texture and even mismatch color (different shade of black?)Octane said:Scuff it with a 360 or 500 grit sandpaper and get a can of the rubberized black molding spray paint from Autoone or wherever. Lightly spray the molding pieces, and don't forget to tape and mask off around the areas...If you get overspray on your car, don't worry. A little laquer thinner (acetone-based) will wipe overspray right off without damaging your car. Unless your paintjob is 2 HOURS old or something. Take it from me, I worked at a collision center
Should i use the heat gun to remove this stuff too??
Any other opinions on doing this?