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post #1 of 24 Old 10-29-2010, 11:55 AM Thread Starter
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Ok I know this is going to sound crazy BUT, no matter what I do I can not prevent from getting white scuff marks on the inside door panels. I can detail the car to the max and it will look perfect, all I have to do is go to the store and get in and out of it once and there they are again scuff marks. I had this same problem in my 06 VETTE and also in my 09 G8. Let me say it is really getting to me

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Ok I know this is going to sound crazy BUT, no matter what I do I can not prevent from getting white scuff marks on the inside door panels. I can detail the car to the max and it will look perfect, all I have to do is go to the store and get in and out of it once and there they are again scuff marks. I had this same problem in my 06 VETTE and also in my 09 G8. Let me say it is really getting to me
I hear ya. The really annoying part about this is the plastic paneling at the bottom of the doors. Always getting scuffed and marked (not seriously), but it is really annoying. Get get in and out of the car without having to worry that you might accidentally push the door open too hard or in the wrong spot and cause scuffing. Have this problem in every Chevy I've owned but my 1996 Chevrolet Beretta Z26. My 2006 Cobalt SS/SC and my previous 1998 Camaro Convertible had SERIOUS problems with this especially. Not just scuffing on the cheap-ass plastic but actually scratching and interior damage. Wish GM would get a clue about this and add protected foot placements or something creative to open these doors without running risks of scuffing.

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Just be more careful. I hit mine every so often however no matter if its my Shoe's ( most of the time ) or my Boots it wipes off with no marks.
Just be more Careful and quit being in such a hurry

I even step out of the car rather than slide out so im not breaking the sides down of the seat.


Life is to fast to hurrry all the time......ok maybe I should say unless you are behind the wheel dont be so fast to get around in life
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Ok I know this is going to sound crazy BUT, no matter what I do I can not prevent from getting white scuff marks on the inside door panels. I can detail the car to the max and it will look perfect, all I have to do is go to the store and get in and out of it once and there they are again scuff marks. I had this same problem in my 06 VETTE and also in my 09 G8. Let me say it is really getting to me
Are you guys looking for something like this...

http://showstopperaccessories.com/pr...k-Plates.html#

(sorry, still trying to get the hang of my iPad and couldn't paste pic)
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Just be more careful. I hit mine every so often however no matter if its my Shoe's ( most of the time ) or my Boots it wipes off with no marks.
Just be more Careful and quit being in such a hurry

I even step out of the car rather than slide out so im not breaking the sides down of the seat.


Life is to fast to hurrry all the time......ok maybe I should say unless you are behind the wheel dont be so fast to get around in life
You should try living in the Tri-State Area bud. IMPOSSIBLE NOT to be in a hurry!

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Are you guys looking for something like this...

http://showstopperaccessories.com/pr...k-Plates.html#

(sorry, still trying to get the hang of my iPad and couldn't paste pic)
VERY nice Mr. Venture, very nice indeed! I'll have to see how they are installed. I might do it!! Thanks for the link!!

Heh Heh Heh Heh. I'm at post....1-6-9....Heh Heh Heh Heh

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post #7 of 24 Old 10-29-2010, 06:24 PM
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scuffs?

You get in your new car with your shoes on??
lol lol seriously, I try very hard to avoid touching... The salesman got me new sill plates, as my car had been in shows, and left marks on them.. (THE whole plastic sill, not the plate) I have a 29 inch inseam,so I can get in and out faster.. I would like something, like you showed, but not polished carl
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Another reason I'm redoing the ENTIRE interior of the car.
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post #9 of 24 Old 10-30-2010, 11:31 AM Thread Starter
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Well guys I am glad it's not only me. I realize it is easy to clean but even the edge of your finger opening the door scuffs. You spend all this $$$$$ and these issues

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post #10 of 24 Old 10-30-2010, 11:33 AM
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i applied Adam's Leather Conditioner to my door @ kick panels. i haven't seen a scuff mark since.

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