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DIY Chrome Delete for Model 3


Jul 8, 2020
Hong Kong
Tesbro Chrome Delete. I do believe it is legit 3M. Adhesion is good and forgiving. I do believe with patience, you can do a nice job. Make sure there is adequate light. Don't rush it. I would suggest to cut out the pieces and slowly unpeel as you stick it on. Contrary to many others, I do not believe the side mirrors is hard, I found it easy. Largely, because pieces were small and easy to handle. The longer pieces from one end of the car to the front was much harder. Never stretch it. If you do, you run the risk of it becoming too narrow and exposing the chrome. For the longest section, I would even suggest to cut it into two pieces. You won't see the gap. You have enough to slightly overlap. If by a bit of chrome does become exposed, just cut of a sliver from the remaining, and cover it up. You won't notice it, barely even visible up close. Its been stuck on quite awhile. Been through lots of heat, tropical typhoons, still no signs of peeling. If you want chrome delete, this is the product to get. But if you are really bad with your hands, maybe not then. Food for thought, I would actually wanted this product in white.
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