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    good morning everyone . has anyone any idea how much i would be looking at to get the skirting colour coded all round on my beemer ? or has anyone attempted this themselves ? i painted the side skirts and door mouldings on another car and they came out fine . it was an old rover so i wasn't bothered about arsing it up but i want do do this properly . thanx
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    how about trying to take the side skirts off then spraying them inside. save all the masking off and overspray issues.
     
     

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    If the sideskirts are original you'll might find they're already body coloured under the gray gunky stuff, i've seen quite a few guides/pics of how people have stripped that off to reveal decent paintwork underneath.
     
     

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    ur best bet would be to take them off and spray them off the car that way u have no chance of any overspray
     
     

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