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Old 09-18-2011, 05:27 PM   #21
jasonbaek
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Location: Toronto, Ontario
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Originally Posted by Ceeker View Post
Yeah that should work too, since you have a dark color but with white it makes it very tricky. Since you've removed your bumpers all you have to do is take the rebar off for the long trim. there are tabs visible that you press down on to release the trim from the bumper. if you left the rebar attached to the car you also have access to the back trim piece. trust me I know I've broken my share of trim tabs..lol
Yeah I was trying to remove white rebar but the hex nuts were way too tight to unbolt with regular socket wrench..so I removed one nut and then I was like screw this.. then masked the whole bumper lol.

BTW in order to achieve a perfect masking results when doing masking on a bright coloured bumper is that you need to clean imperfections (after you removed the masking) with #1500 and #2000 grit sandpapers, then polish those spots using #3000 and #6400 polishing compounds.
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