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Fading the top of my mk2s are fading, the black dull coat is fading and is starting to show a black shiny plastic below. can i order new covers for them? or is there some type replacement cover to cover the tops of them.

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You can order the entire cover, if you'd like. And there are some generic metal colored covers available for them.

Also, we offer custom artwork in the form of a vinyl wrap for the CDJ units.

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