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well, on day 3 of 159 ownership I decided that the dash was a bit too scratched and needed some attention, so set about with my carbon film.

I've not had much success with wrapping in the passed but I have recently discovered my wife's old hair dryer - its like magic in a Nicky Clarke can!

Anyway, even if I do say so myself - the job has come out perfect, no messy edges, wrinkles, bubbles or anything, really pleased!



Only question I have is does anyone know how you get the glove box trim and door trims off, so I can see to them as well?

They look silver in the pictures but they're a greeny blue and a bit weird.
 

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I had the interior of my first Brera professionally done. Looked great until the first really hot day, then it bubbled, shrunk & peeled :(
 

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That looks really good, what did you use.?

Is your trim painted.? I thought they all were all metal
just your average ebay carbon fibre film mate.

The standard trim is metal ridged bluey green thing, it just looks nice and smooth silver in pictures - very weird!
 

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