BMW 740i Grille Assembly
BMW 740i Grille Assembly Issues
Whether your BMW 740i grille assembly is black or chrome, you'll want to keep it in good condition as much as possible. However, a few issues may plague it on occasion. Below are some of the problems that you may encounter:
While some scratches may not be that visible, you still won't want any on your BMW 740i grille assembly. After all, scratches are blemishes, regardless of their size. Fortunately, they aren't permanent. In fact, there are numerous tools/methods that you can use to get rid of scratches on your grille assembly. Applying toothpaste on the scratched surface, using sandpaper, and polishing are some of the ways to erase scratches.
Yes, you can get away with small scratches without anybody noticing them. It probably won't be the case with dents though. It doesn't matter whether the dent is big or small-somebody is bound to notice it no matter what you do.
If your grille assembly is dented, don't feel like it's the end of the world. It may look bad, but your BMW 740i grille assembly can still be saved. Just like scratches, there are several ways to repair dents. Tools such as hammers, dry ice, and plungers are all effective means of eliminating these eyesores.
Stains may not be structural damage like scratches or dents, but they surely are just as awful. Your BMW 740i grille assembly is highly prone to stains because of its placement. As you know, your grille assembly is located at the front end of your 740i. This exposes your grille assembly to road elements such as mud, dirt, and dust. Naturally, they'll cause your grille assembly to become soiled. That's not a huge problem, though, since you can easily wipe off mud, dirt, and dust with just dish soap and water. You'll only encounter difficulty if you allow all those grime to sit on your grille assembly for a long period of time.
If the said road elements have indeed settled on your BMW 740i grille assembly, they have most likely developed into stains. They can prove to be tougher to get rid of as plain dish soap and water will be ineffective against such blemishes. You'll need to utilize more potent cleaning agents if that's the case. Distilled vinegar, a household item that can be used as a cleaning agent, particularly works well against most types of stains.