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rear hugger turned white

has this happened to anyone else, if so any solutions or recommendations

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This happens when the clear coat that is sprayed over the resin deteriorates due to the elements. You can take it to a good painter and get the hugger looking almost new for a small price as compared to purchasing a new hugger.
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thanks ill do that, ive tried mothers brand back to black it makes it look better but doesnt get rid of the white.
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...it might have to be sanded down completely and then re-coated. A bit of a pain in the rear-end, but the outcome will be worth it.

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Same thing happened to mine.


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