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This just to see what people think.

I did my heater surround gloss black and fitted it a few months ago,came out ok.

I still have my spare one out the car in silver.

I get LOADS of dust on the black one and thinking of swopping it back to silver,stereo is bad enough.

The black might look a bit better but i don't think the silver looks that bad either.

Just your opinion on it,i see there are only i think 3 main ones.

Silver

Piano black (high gloss in my case)

Matt black (like in ST) i think

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Can you post some pictures so we can have a look?

My centre console I sprayed black and it's not too bad dust-wise.

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Can you post some pictures so we can have a look?

My centre console I sprayed black and it's not too bad dust-wise.

Of the dust lol :)

Its like the radio being the sony black one,i can try and get a pic of the black surround in but

you won't see a lot just the surround.

Tried the static cloth on the radio and surround and a few days later bits are on it again.

See what this is like,cleaned it 2 days ago,bit of glear through window.

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I just give it a wipe with some dash wipes every 3 days or so. Don't really get much dust but I also clean the caperts once a week too . . . Might sound odd but having clean carpets helps reduce dust build up (well that's someone said a computer enthusiasts yt channel in regards to case dust build up)

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Mine is a Sony radio in Piano Black and the dust does settle on it.

Dust is highly reflective and when the light catches it, there is no escape from its evil clutches. ^_^

Cleaning the carpets and upholstery does help, as they release a lot of the damn stuff. Just try hitting your seats and watching the dust spray out. On saying that, I love the Piano Black and would not swap it for silver or matt black. I damp-wipe mine over and then use the vacuum with the brush to suck-up the dust that's left.

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