AC Vent Tab Inlays
So we thought there was nothing you could do with vinyl to add color to your AC vents. We were wrong. After seeing a grey interior, we realized that you can add just a touch of color to the vent tabs. Check out the results.
Ships with 8 individual overlays. You only need to use four, but we don't like our customers to be stranded without a backup.
NOTE: Badlands Orange is the closest vinyl color we could find to the interior of the Badlands. In certain light it looks very similar. In darker light it looks a little lighter, but is much closer than a standard orange. Badlands Grey is close to the dash color. Please see photos.
Clean the application area and apply the vinyl using a dry installation. Make sure the area is clean and free of dust, debris, dirt, Armor All, etc.
Some will choose to clean the application area with rubbing alcohol which is okay.
"Rubbing alcohol will not damage car paint if it is diluted to between 10% and 15%. Since rubbing alcohol evaporates quickly, it doesn't damage car paint."
Make sure the installation area is completely dry before attempting an install.
Try doing the install in the shade so it doesn't heat up the vinyl rapidly.
Keep a screwdriver around. You will want to place the inlay on the tip of it so you can place it in the right location. Watch our installation video to see how we do it.
Picked these up so I could bring a little of the outside, inside. The vents now match the outline grill letters tying together the roast interior’s blue accents.
Easy to install
Added these on like a person adds a pack of gum at the grocery store. About that same price too. I put the first one on and smiled, nice little detail. I recommend these.
Very easy to install and looks great! Thanks!
These were easy to get on. I used tweezers as suggested. Super happy to just to add something inexpensive and personal.