3D Carbon Interior Door Handle Trim Overlays - 15+ WRX / STI
Spice up your interior a little bit and cover up some of those soft plastics with 3D carbon look vinyl. Premium vinyl can really look good inside and outside your vehicle.
NOT ALL MATERIALS ARE CREATED EQUALLY
CUSTOMER MESSAGE - "Got them just now, thanks for including a(n) extra set! I've had 2 sets of CF look ones from another seller and silver stars kept peeling and the carbon look faded really bad."
When purchasing vinyl overlays, keep in mind that not all materials are created equally. I use premium vinyl which has high initial costs, but are the industry standards for high quality materials. Also made in the USA. - Dragon Wrap™ Carbon Fiber Films (3D Carbon) is a 5.6 mil calendered vinyl film featuring a clear repositionable permanent acrylic adhesive on an air-egress liner. This film has excellent dimensional stability, outstanding durability and outdoor performance. - This repositionable permanent adhesive offers minimal initial bond growing to permanent bonds that facilitates application of large graphics. The air egress liner also aids in large graphic application. - Minimum application temperature is 40 degrees Fahrenheit. - Up to 5 year durability outdoors. Rated EXCELLENT for WATER RESISTANCE, HUMIDITY RESISTANCE, and SOLVENT RESISTANCE.
Care Details: Concept Carbon Fiber film should be maintained to preserve long term appearance using standard aftercare products designed for textured exterior vinyl surfaces. A commercially available protectant such as Armor All or 303 Aerospace Protectant is recommended. DO NOT use waxes of any type.
Clean the door trims and prepare them for install. Make sure they are clean and free of products like Armor All.
Let's start with the front door. Align the upper back corner and use your fingers to press, guide, and stretch the vinyl. The smaller piece hooks around the trail edge of the door handle area. The area that the larger piece did not cover (see image with drawing). Repeat for the other side.
For the rear, you can start by aligning the vinyl towards the back of the trim piece. Make your way forward by pressing, guiding, and stretching the vinyl. You may want to use a little heat and the front to stretch the vinyl over the side. Light heat from a heat gun or hair dryer will work. You can easily get it to lay flat.