This is pretty simple, but something some people might not think of. When using blind rivits(pop rivits) in areas on your car where they will be visable, polishing them can make a huge difference. I'm sorry, I don't have any pictures, but you should get the idea without them. First, take the rivit to a vise, or anything where you can support the head of the rivit, with an opening under the rivit. Using a hammer(or whatever is handy) tap the "nail" out of the rivit body. You are going to be going the opposite direction with the nail as you would if you were installing the rivit. Now you should have a bare rivit body. Take it to your bench grinder, with a buffing wheel on it, and give it a quick buff. Tip: This thing is going to get really hot, really quick. I often use the nail as a handle, partially inserted into the rivit, but not far enough to get it into the buffing wheel. Reinstall the nail by hand. If it doesnt go all the way by hand dont worry about it, the rivit gun will pull it in when you go to install it. Before you put it in the rivit gun, take a piece of masking tape and put it across the hole of the rivit gun where the rivit goes. Pierce the tape with the nail and proceed as normal. The tape will prevent scratching the newly polished surface of the rivit when you install it. Pretty simple, but it does make a difference. Hope this helps someone, and again, sorry for the lack of photography.