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  1. 1999 E46 323ci - fag burn in headlining 
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    hi ppl

    i have a small cigarette burn on my interior headlining and wondered if anyone has had it repaired and is it worth doing also the colour is grey

    cheers
     
     

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    Can anybody assist the OP ?
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    Around £20 to get a pro to repair that or you could do it yourself with some super glue and plastic/cloth shavings (powder) thats the same colour.

    I've done a 53 reg corsa seat like this previosly and it blended in perfect, although looking back I should have gone to the pro cos I ended up with super glue all over the carpets
     
     

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