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Airbag Warning Sticker Covers

Just thought I’d share a quick tip for others. Airbag stickers always drive me crazy (so do mattress/pillow tags and hot coffee warnings), so I decided to mask mine knowing that trying to remove them altogether can quickly turn into a disaster.

So I cut some pieces of 3m 1080 wrap in the Satin White Aluminum and applied them over the top as shown in the pictures

It’s not a perfect match (really not very close), but it’s not bad and keeps my OCD under control.

Before someone points out that I’ll have tons of corporate lawyers and federal prosecutors on my doorstep right now, don’t really care - it’s part of living on the edge and living dangerously. :p


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Active Member
May 5, 2016
I like the idea....and the attempt. However to me (and my opinion only) I cringed because now it looks like you’ve literally “Ductaped” the visor. Looks ghetto. Sorry, YMMV.
Like is said I like the idea and now you’ve got me thinking. Maybe some sort of match to the fabric would look more OEM so to speak? I do wholeheartedly agree on our disdain for the Warning stickers.

Does anyone know the trick to removing the visors? The screw cover pops off with some careful prying but then what? I couldn't find any position that would let me reach the screw and was afraid of denting the headliner and/or visor by forcing it.
In this pic you can see that the screw cover can't move anywhere out of the way, it just immediately hits the visor.

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