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  1. Hi, I've got an 06 Cayman S, and the interior is spotless apart from the paint, or rubber covering, starting to peel off the heating control switches. Is there a fix without replacing the whole unit which costs around £600 new from Porsche, and is currently working fine? An American company offer a refurb service, whereby you send then the whole heating unit, they refurb all the switches and send it back, which seems abit drastic & hardly cost effective. I also found a company who sell masking transfers, so you can remove and replay your own switches, but knowing my luck, thats a recipe for two broken switches and a lot of foul language... Any ideas please?