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I had had two occasions where I have scraped the bottom edge of the
drivers door on high pavement and knocked the lower edge against a low
hidden parapet in a car park. I was considering getting some kind of protection. Both caused a small area of paint to be removed close to the bottom corner of the door.

I would imaging something in an 'L' shape which would fit around the corner would work but it would need to be thin to avoid preventing the door to close properly.

Has anyone any suggestions?
 

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Makem,
It's the same stock that you use to fit down the slamming edge of a car door.
I have some on my B-Max for that, as the profile is dodgy where the crease line is just around the door handle height, as that sticks out more when the door is open, and could catch on/against other items.
 

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On the Ebay link to the left of the main image of the product is the strip profile. This shows the strip edge on. Initially I thought that was the name of the company and a logo...
, but I have had coffee now... it is indeed some kind of clip on deal.
 

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I bought that but when I take a proper look at the door I find that it sits very tightly to a rubber seal all around. I feel that if I add an extra thickness to the door edge it will affect the seal. I have decided not to fit the protector. Anybody want it lol?
 
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