@SethCat, I figured I would create a new post since the one I was posting in was really chrome deleting with Plasti Dip. So last night I started to tackle finishing my chrome delete project. I decided to do the chrome underneath the mirror. Using a pry tool, I popped off the painted cap. You will want the mirrors to be folded out. I used this video as a reference. There are 3 clips that hold the cap onto the base. I highlighted their location in Red Squares. Tesla Mirror Opened by slade037 posted Aug 8, 2018 at 2:15 PM Once the cap is off, you can pop off the bottom chrome piece. It is also attached by 2 clips, highlighted in Green. I used a pry tool to push/pull to snap it open. Once you do that, you can shimmy it off. Mirror Chrome Piece by slade037 posted Aug 8, 2018 at 2:15 PM Wrapping this was a bit of a challenge. You will definitely need a heat gun to soften the vinyl and use some strength to pull it flat and straight. I watched a lot of vinyl wrapping videos on Youtube, particularly CK wraps and learned a lot from him. I would suggest watching a bunch of his videos to "study" before taking on this project. If you look at the chrome piece as if it was still attached to the car, I started from the side I see and pulled it to the front of the car. If you get fingers, pull back and get some heat on it to flatten it out. The same for the circular piece. You will get a lot of tension. Use some heat and push down to flatten it out and adhere to the chrome piece. All sides were tucked. This is how it turned out. Chrome Delete Outside by slade037 posted Aug 8, 2018 at 2:15 PM Chrome Delete Inside by slade037 posted Aug 8, 2018 at 2:15 PM Next is to do the mirror arm. I still have no idea how to tackle this. Also, if this is your first time wrapping, do yourself a favor and buy some cheap matte/satin black and play around or experiment. This way you won't be stressed or worried about wasting the good stuff. Brushed Black and Carbon Fiber film is generally more expensive. Hit me with any questions or have any suggestions on how to tackle the mirror arm.