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      06-11-2008, 01:07 AM   #1
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BMW HELP! How to protect interior?

This has happened to my 6 series I don't know how but it just did in the past 2 yrs or so. Its like someone used there finger nail to scratch the area.Take a look below:
I dont want that happened to my new m3 when I get it so anyone have any ideas to put some sort of protector?

Its not as bad as shown in picture, the picture was taken at night with flash
thanks guys.
First pic is drivers side with nothing at all wrong and then passenger side is like peeling.
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      06-11-2008, 01:16 AM   #2
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I dont know how to prevent it, but the peeling problem BMW has in the door handle area is actually covered under warranty. So my only advice would be to get a new set before your warranty expires.
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I'd beat the crap out of the person who was scratching up my door with their nails.
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I dont know how to prevent it, but the peeling problem BMW has in the door handle area is actually covered under warranty. So my only advice would be to get a new set before your warranty expires.
thats the better thing to do
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