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is it me..or do you have to have to show special care for the black piano for it not to scratch, while the scratches arent noticable at first a closer look will reveal a different story...im already thinking of ordering a back up center dash for the car,lol....
 

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Went and got a dust magnet moppy looking clean up dust with baked on wax and soft yarn like cleaner-y thing!

Works like champ, and no rubbing dust into the plastic and getting it all scratchy ..

Seems the black has the problem everywhere .. just gonna have to learn to live with them I guess .. Used a towel I thought was really soft on the trim to the right of the drivers window (looking in from the outside). Woulda figured that part was metal, but its plastic like the interior. Scratched it all the heck up! :shock:

Apparently the cloth was crap .. threw them away .. :(

Put some wax on there and mostly looks good again, but not as good as the other side.
 

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I'm going to be contacting Xpel about this. You could put some film over the piano black pieces that would block all scratching period. They aren't there until Monday, so if you'd be interested in putting PPF over the piano black, let me know so I can tell them how much interest there is.
 

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that sounds good...but how bout for the scratches already there?...i mean would the film cover it up or would it just be a protectant for further scratches...
 

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If the ones that are there are similar to swirl marks (fine scratches) then it will most likely cover them up.
 
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