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door lock bezels by vette7584
Started on: 03-19-2016 08:04 PM
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Last post by: Patrick on 03-24-2016 05:45 PM
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my door lock bezels are a little faded or "whitish" does anyone else experience this? what did you use. dont want to use armor all and really dont want to paint them
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I've used this on various items and should work for your purpose.





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I have used "303 Protectant" for years. It works. Use it anywhere you would use Armorall. But it does NOT rot your rubber or plastic
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Throw any Armor All away. It does destroy plastic.

I dont remember specifically on Fiero, but most GMs Ive worked on, the black trim on the lock is metal, with small bent over tabs on the back holding it to the cylinder. They were stainless, or if black, they were just painted black from the factory. Id just use semi-gloss spray paint like BBQ black. If you put anything on them, you wont be able to paint them at all.
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Originally posted by vette7584:

my door lock bezels are a little faded or "whitish"...


It would appear from the responses here that there isn't any consensus as to whether your rather limited description is describing the interior or exterior "bezels".
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