I’ve always had trouble taking out the push pins around the wheel arch guards as they often split and are then a real pain to remove (old plastic?). A bag of new push pins courtesy of eBay helps but sometimes it’s still fiddly. A friend from the USofA just sent me a magical pair of push pin pliers saying “these are what they use on production lines” and I can see why. They just work so well and easily!!! One little squeeze and “click” they pop out! I can do the whole wheel arch in 10-15 seconds!!! The angled beak is great for getting into the tricky spots. I’ve seen them on EBay but only from the USA with silly postage but I would still strongly recommend them if your felling flush. If I had access to a forge I’d be bending and grinding some needle nosed pliers and flogging them off to you all as push pin removers.............. Anyone else found or made some handy Copen repair tools?