I decided to redo my interior door handles as they were looking really shabby as you can see from the picture. First remove the top part by inserting a screwdriver behind the plastic trim and carefully twisting/ levering until the clips pop out (if you move the screwdriver around the plastic trim you can feel where they are- this way you wont snap any!!) once clips are all pooped out you can get your fingers behind and wiggle/ slide out, also you need to have the door handle pulled out to remove the top one. Now do exactly the same on the bottom part of the trim, be a little more careful, as this one is a little harder to remove without snapping the clips, (if you happen to brake one it shouldn't really matter to much so long as you don't brake too many!!) Now, removing the electric switches, This is really simple, just insert a small flat screwdriver down one side and sort of move outwards until you feel the switch click out of place, then just pull out. Now its time to remove all of the horrible rubber coating, i removed mine by using fairlly rough sandpaper, its quite an annoying long job. Once all of this is removed you need to keep sanding until the plastic is smooth and there is no rubber and no scratch's in the plastic. (I spent about 2 hours sanding, the more effort you put in here, the better the finished job will look- so dont rush) Finishing with some wet/ dry. Once completlly sanded down, give a quick wash with warm water and dry off with clean cloth, now ready for paint. You can undercoat if you like, i never bothered with undercoat, i just put a nice few coats of paint direct( i used Matt black) The painted product! Now ready to put back in, firstly insert the switches, these just simply push back in. Then push the bottom part back in first, if you just line the plastic trim into position, then press down to push in all the clips, you can feel when they are all in. The finished project. I personally think these look so much better now, i wasnt sure about the been black but now ive done them i love them. A really simple job, that makes so much different, the more time you spend sanding and painting the better the finish will be, just experiment if the paint only lasts a couple of month's then there's no harm in trying again, Try different paints or undercoats! All you need: Screwdriver (Flat) Smaller screwdriver (Flat) Sandpaper(Various inc wet/dry) Undercoat (Optional) Sparypaint (try differant ones) i just used ordinary one!! Hope this help to people with same problems!