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My Polk speaker grilles 1) looked tacky and 2) threw some horrible reflections on the windshield, so I tried using plasti dip for the first time. I put 5 coats on, and it looks pretty decent IMO. Unfortunately there is almost zero clearance between the 'spokes' and screw holes, so some dip got scraped off during install. No idea how I'm going to fix it..

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So it did or didn't help with the reflections? I have the same speaker grilles and yea, they do reflect quite a bit.
The pictures are pretty true to life regarding the reflections. It's much less distracting now.
 

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So it did or didn't help with the reflections? I have the same speaker grilles and yea, they do reflect quite a bit.
In case you missed it, his 2nd picture was the "after" and it shows less reflection.

My stock Alpine speaker on my 2009 Elise shows even less reflection I believe.
 

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:up: I did the same thing with my Polk grills the day I installed them! One of the first mods I did with this car.
 
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