Originally Posted by Ceadderman
The Side bits are held in place by mushroomed rivets that are part of the molding. I think I used the slimmest blade flat tip I have or used the slimmest pocket knife and slid the tip under the flanges and lightly pried up a bit at a time so as not to destroy the bit that holds them in place. If you'd like I can pull one and disassemble and post some pics here. It's pretty simple. Funny thing is when I first saw it I was pretty annoyed since the Fan grill is held in by screws. Couldn't believe there wasn't a similar way of doing it on the trim grills.
Your paint looks similar in shade to mine. That looks real nice.
How many layers did you do in the end? 'cause i liked 2, but it's not much different to 1.. I'm thinking one may be better incase it gets too thick, there's also less chance of uneven paint with 1 layer. (like i saw on the test sample)
Also yes, if that's not too hard for you to do? I'm interested in doing the front grille as it would fit in..
I also have the paint, and have some experience now!
Also how long did you leave the coats to dry between layers/before putting it in your PC?
Thankyou for your help and support so far Ceadder! I've actually made a thread about this here
, i'm hoping to get some more feedback and advice!
As for the paint, i almost forked out $20 for some "Quality" paint, then thought about how much more that was..
It was a no brainier really!