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scuffs on speaker

mhyle, modified 8 Years ago.

scuffs on speaker

Youngling Posts: 1 Join Date: 8/22/13 Recent Posts
hi i have some minor scuffs on these 8030 speakers i own

and the longer time goes by and the more i accidentally glance past them, the more i want to repair it. is there an aftermarket paint somewhere that resembles the color of the outer casing? you can do this for cars, which must use much more sophisticated paint because their sole purpose a lot of times is to turn heads in a dealership center, and people pay a lot of attention to their appearances. i don't need exact matching, but i don't think it makes sense to say there isn't any option available out there, especially considering its original retail price and the probability for scuffs to develop overtime. one would think something has been figured out by now to remedy this.

thanks for reading