January 27, 2011My windows are getting really scratched from livin in the desert/dust and rolling the windows up and down all the time.. anyone know anything to prevent this or make it look better?? If I wax it, it only looks better for a few days then returns?? Thanks ill post some pictures later
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January 27, 2011
Are they on the inside or outside?
January 27, 2011My 96 had this problem from gravel and Kansas winds. I replaced the window trim pieces and it helped from getting worse. I was going to try one of the Eastwood polishing kits but traded it off before I got a chance. A guy at my local napa store said it worked great, but would do it again if I didn`t replace the trim pieces. Worth a look
January 27, 2011Outside.. the tints not scratched is actually the window itself. The tint just makes it sooooo much more noticable.. just a little thing that drives me CRAZYYYYY
January 27, 2011Thanks man ill look into that. Pretty exspensive but they bug me enough I feel its worth it.
Is it actually the window trim piece wearing out or could I just roll my window down and clean the cloth piece somehow?? I just assumed it was dirt trapped in there..
January 27, 2011Even with the new trim pieces I would clean off between them and the glass periodically. Shop around for the polish kit. I don`t remember where I found it the first time but it wasn`t as high as going directly through the manufacture. There may be other brands as well.
January 27, 2011Ok thanks man just made me in a good mood what`s involved with those trim pieces?? Is it the whole piece as pictured above or just the felt and rubber piece on that?? How do you take them off anyway?? I`ve never messed with anything like it before.
January 27, 2011Not real sure on the newer ones like yours and my 06, but on my 96 it was all one piece and they just have retaining clips on them. They are pretty easy to pry up and out, just roll your window down for better access. The new ones just press right in. Don`t pry against the paint, try to start on the front or back.