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Middle Pillar Sprayed

Discussion in 'Leon Mk2 (2006-2012)' started by benrace91, Aug 8, 2013.

  1. benrace91

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    Just wanting to know the best way to spray the rear pillar near the door handle??

    Is there a way to take it off or do you have to do it whilst on the car?
     
  2. leero783

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    Ive done mine mate but I just vinyl wrapped then gloss black . Really easy job to do whilst the pillars are still on the car . The rear is pig to get off if you was to spray them, you have to dismantle the whole door to get to them off apparently . Thats why I chose 2 wrap mine and tbh its lasted well over a year and they still look sound :) .
    Get a sheet of gloss black wrap of ebay for about a £5-

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  3. benrace91

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    Ah right knew it was going to be a pain in the arse! I've just sprayed the middle bit so wanted it to match but if that's the best way then I might do that! Just don't want any spray to get onto my paintwork. Would obv tape off etc but there's always going to be that one small gap where it will get through lol!
     
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    Ah right knew it was going to be a pain in the arse! I've just sprayed the middle bit so wanted it to match but if that's the best way then I might do that! Just don't want any spray to get onto my paintwork. Would obv tape off etc but there's always going to be that one small gap where it will get through lol
     

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