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Stainless Steel Trim Piece

INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS

 

Included:  Stainless steel trim piece(s), one packet of promoter or promoter pen, one test kit

You may mount this trim inside or outside of your vehicle.  It will not rust or corrode.

1.  Clean the surface area with soap and water. 
VERY IMPORTANT:
  Next thoroughly scrub with rubbing alcohol to insure that there are not invisible oils on the surface.

2.  Now use the little red scrub pad included in your test kit and rough up the surface where you are going to mount your new trim piece.

 

3.  Take a tiny piece of double sided tape out of the test kit.  Peel off the back and stick a corner of it to the surface area where you are going to mount your new trim piece. Try several areas.  If the small tape pieces grabs and sticks to the surface area aggressively then you are ready to move the next step.  If it does not re-clean using a strong alcohol based cleaning solution and scrub vigorously.

 

4.  Now open the foil packet of promoter or promoter pen included.  You may use this clear solution without damaging your cars interior or exterior finish.  Be sure the temperature is within 60 - 85 degrees F.  Take the moist pad out and wipe down the are where you are going to mount the trim piece. Let dry for two minutes.

 

5.  Take your trim part and hold it up to the area where you want to mount it.  In most cases you will need to gently bend the part with your hands to conform exactly to the shape of the mounting surface.  Hold it up to the mounting surface and ensure it conforms exactly to the shape where you are going to mount it.

 

6.  Once you are sure the shape is correct you are ready to mount the trim piece then - Peel the red backing off your trim part.  Very gently set it in place.  Make any tiny adjustments and then push down firmly along the entire surface of the trim piece.

7.  Let set over night without getting it wet.
 


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