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    Flamethrowing the outer black moulding/trim

    Plastic pigments outgas or whatever and float away.

    One thing I've seen done is using a flamethrower to bring out the lower pigments:

    I had some extra trim pieces laying around and thought I'd give it a shot. It appears there's a layer on top of the plastic that tends to peal. Possibly sanding, flaming, and applying lacquer could be the move.

    Here are my results on the temporary pieces:

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    Aug 2014
    Leesburg, VA
    I've heard of doing this with a heat gun but never tried it. Supposedly works a time or two, then you run out of the plastic "oils."
    2006 330ci ZHP - Silbergrau Metallic / Stoff Laser/Anthrazit / Alu Black Cube trim / Adaptive Xenon headlights / HK hi-fi system / heated front seats

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