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Old February 21, 2012, 01:25 PM
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There are also some aftermarket companies that offer pre-made covers for vehicle interiors. It might save you a few $$ and a few headaches as well.
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Can you point me in the direction of some NAdeadly1?
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Or you could have a local shop do. IIRC Bling here in penticton has done it for one of the young framers car a few years ago, there has to be a local shop closer. At the least they could probably point you to someone in Vernon.
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cutting small holes in the film can be a problem, like with the iphone, but if you are cutting a hole out like in a fan grill or modders mesh you can cut a clean hole that is 1/8th inch in diameter. if anyone want to try using a piece of this in canada i have small pieces i can mail out so you can see how it works.
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for the dash trim, as shown you want to apply 3M Super 77 adhesive Spray, otherwise the di-noc may peel away from those tight corners and crevices. There is several guides and tutorials on YouTube by people who do automotive applications of the 3M di-noc that will give you direction, search results

apply 3m di-noc adhesive spray - YouTube
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Or you could have a local shop do. IIRC Bling here in penticton has done it for one of the young framers car a few years ago, there has to be a local shop closer. At the least they could probably point you to someone in Vernon.
I should pay you to do it, that keyboard looks incredible. I take it you popped out all the keys, then applied the di-noc and then cut out the holes? I'm going to get a piece from kyle and try it. Without the adhesive first, see if my xacto skills are up to the chore.
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Old February 22, 2012, 04:23 PM
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Just a quick Google search for carbon fiber dash kit... Chevrolet Dash Kits | Chevy Dash Trim | Chevy Wood Dash Kit | Chevrolet Wood Dash Trims | Flat, Molded, Carbon Fiber Dash Kits
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Good guide :)
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Thank you, Glad you liked it
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