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Is anyone as OVERLY concerned about the unique coupe door handle attraction to scratches? I've noticed a few already :mad: on both handles...it seems inevitable... :suspense:

Any thoughts?!
 

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Diva, I also realized very soon after bringing our Coupe home that we would have to be careful with fingernails and opening the doors. I am also a "diva" and understand your concerns. I am careful to tuck my hands in when I reach for the door pad.
 

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I had invisishield applied to the inside of my door handles to protect from scratches, you all might want to do the same around this area if you are having problems.
 

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Diva, I also realized very soon after bringing our Coupe home that we would have to be careful with fingernails and opening the doors. I am also a "diva" and understand your concerns. I am careful to tuck my hands in when I reach for the door pad.
Hey, Rayle, follow Diva! :cheer: Yes, my french mani has become a villain against our awesome door openers!
 

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Just occurred to me: am I now going to have to open the passenger door for my girl every time she gets in the Caddy to avoid scratches?

I slide my fingers gently into the opening (avoiding any contact with paint) to push the door button; she is not likely to do that!

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I can imagine the problem, you should see how scratched up the surface of the invisishield is beneath the handles on my 4 door CTS ... great investment
 
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