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    Angry my dash kit faded! help...

    i've had the IPT blue/black carbon fiber dash kit for a while now and it has now faded to more of a green/black
    can anyone help me on this? is there a way to remove it without totally ruining the inside of my car?? help
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    Totally remove it? Do you have a picture? Isn't it just the center part? Or does expand to other areas as well?
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    it's a 20+ piece kit so it covers a lot of the interior. i just want to remove it without totally ruining the inside of my car.
    Originally posted by AbACUZ
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    I recomend using some goo gone and it should take care of the glue that is on the back of the kit.

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    i'd say maybe a heat gun to soften up the adhesive first, then goo gone to get the rest of it. where did you get your kit from?
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    Originally posted by RexMobbin'
    i'd say maybe a heat gun to soften up the adhesive first, then goo gone to get the rest of it. where did you get your kit from?
    Careful with that heat gun. Open the flow/temp control to allow cooler air duing experimentation. The heat that a real heat gun is capable of will do a real number on some of the plastic in the rex. I'd suggest testing it with your hand during the heating process. Don't get it any hotter than you can touch.
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