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I have a 2019 Jem jr that has film still.

I think they have gotten into the habit of trying to take them off, but who knows.

What I do know is that it's best to take them all off cause my 1990 rg550 had like a brownish white glue residue on it from the plastic aging and melting into the cavity cover on the back over the years.
 

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I didn't really do any thing special as far as what I used.

I just did a plain old black spray paint.
I think I used the "fancy" Rust-Oleum product. The one in the tall silver can.

I scuffed it up with a scotch bright pad first after sanding the glued and melted surface off.

Then I gave it a mist of black spray paint.
I deliberately let the orange peel thing happened then buffed it with automotive car wax.

Here is final result back on the body.
Water Automotive lighting Hood Automotive design Vehicle door


I feel like it's pretty close to the other cavity.

Bumper Automotive exterior Gas Auto part Wood

Sky Automotive lighting Mouse Wood Tints and shades


I think if I had done a super thin clear coat and let that mist effect stay it would have been better, but for some reason all the clear coats I had in my paint closet were white.

So I may sand it down and try again one day but I think this is fine.
 
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