Getting the side skirts off a 360 is fairly easy albeit fiddly job.
First up, remove the front wheel and take off the front wheel liner by undoing the 5 screws:
Next remove the upper/rear liner, there are two screws up top…
…and two screws to the rear:
Undo the nut holding the front of the side skirt to the wing:
You can now refit the front wheel if you wish.
Next remove the rear wheel and take off the rear liner:
Now the upper/front liner needs to be removed. There is a bolt that is accessed from the engine bay (behind the trim panel):
There are two screws at the bottom:
and two more up top as well as a bolt:
Next remove the door striker (19mm deep socket required) and hex bolt:
Pull back the door seal and remove the two hex bolts shown:
And the two bolts holding the kick plate in place:
Now the kick plate and B post cover can be removed.
If you wish to close the door then refit the seal, striker and hex bolt:
Now undo the multitude of hex bolts holding the bottom of the skirt to the chassis:
Now remove the bolts exposed by the kick plate:
From inside the rear wheel well, reach into the end of the skirt and undo the two nuts holding the top of the skirt to the chassis (a ratchet spanner works well here):
The final two bolts to be removed are at the rear of the skirt:
Now the skirt can be prised away from the body. I started at the front and worked backwards.
The rear wheel can be re-fitted if needed:
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