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SilverV 03-27-2014 03:43 AM

Interior scuff marks.
 
What do use to remove scuff marks from interior plastics?

I noticed a mark on my door from possibly my shoe rubbing accross it, I tried to use some water mixed with some dish soap and a cloth and it removed some but there is still a light mark there.

07Versa6MT 03-27-2014 04:36 AM

I'm guessing tan interior? If it's rubber from a shoe, use a light solvent on it.

SilverV 03-27-2014 11:29 AM

Actually black interior brown shoe.

robj80 03-27-2014 01:18 PM

The beauty of hard cheap plastic interiors. I miss the days of quality interiors. I mean you can still get them but even on some mid 20-30k cars I'm seeing more of these crappy materials.

08versailles 03-27-2014 06:50 PM

I'm curious how cut rate the Micra interior will be. Cheap plasticky bits are alright, but I need supportive seats for commuting

robj80 03-27-2014 06:59 PM

You are so lucky you can get a micra. I would buy one if they were available here.

I'm betting the seats suck in them and the interior panels are the same as the new versa and note. But there are alot of seat options for these cars it seems. If you are willing to spend the money to get the seats shipped in from another country. For example nismo march seats

http://content.worldcarfans.co/2013/...1985651254.jpg

08versailles 03-27-2014 10:51 PM

Hmmm got me thinking.
I could get a jdm importer to import seats, or a whole used interior from a wrecked March, hmmm

jswilson1987 03-28-2014 12:34 AM

Man I love the look of sport seats but they just arnt made for men of my size im 6'2 320lbs and when I test drove the focus st I sat on the bolsters not in them at all right on top so you little guys should feel lucky you can fit those seats as its hard to find supportive seats that have good side support for above average people. IDK why i like little cars i should drive trucks i fit in those lol

aam985 03-28-2014 08:00 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by SilverV (Post 154153)
What do use to remove scuff marks from interior plastics?

I noticed a mark on my door from possibly my shoe rubbing accross it, I tried to use some water mixed with some dish soap and a cloth and it removed some but there is still a light mark there.

You may want to try a wax color pencil (found at some auto parts stores or online, used for exterior car paint scratches) matched to the color of your door. Rub it into the mark(s) this maybe enough to cover the defect. If not, then get some ArmorAll leather treatment and apply it on top of the wax or ArmorAll may have something else for plastics to lightly polish it and buff it in with a soft cloth. You may have to cover the rest of the entire door with just the ArmorAll treatment so it all blends in.

Auto makers always have wax color pencils to detail and cover flaws in new car interiors. If you clean the interior with soap sometimes the wax will wash off and reveal a scratch or some other defect. If you use ArmorAll leather treatment on your dash be carefull, it will shine up the dash and it will look good but this could cause window glare on the interior windshield and make problems trying to see at night then you will have to try and dull it up a bit with a cleaner. Hope this helps.

07Versa6MT 03-29-2014 01:26 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by jswilson1987 (Post 154257)
Man I love the look of sport seats but they just arnt made for men of my size im 6'2 320lbs and when I test drove the focus st I sat on the bolsters not in them at all right on top so you little guys should feel lucky you can fit those seats as its hard to find supportive seats that have good side support for above average people. IDK why i like little cars i should drive trucks i fit in those lol

Small car... you know what that means. Lol.


B16 Spec V seats... that is all. However those "JDM" ones look cool too.


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