Printed Series Key Outline Part 1
Here's a little key outline that I personally find helpful, and a few people have requested. The update here is that this is the printed series and we have some custom color options. If you are looking for standard vinyl colors, please go here.
I have a drawer full of keys, and the outline makes it quite a bit easier to locate my personal Bronco key. Customize the look of your key with ease.
Ships with 2 sets of overlays. You only need to use one, but we don't like our customers to be stranded without a backup. Use it as a backup or for your second key.
We're calling in part 1 in case we decide to add a few other vinyls for the keys.
Pick out a couple of different colors to customize the look for your 2nd set.
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.
Verified to fit Bronco AND Bronco Sport.
Clean the application area and apply the vinyl using a wet or dry installation. In the install video you will see that I partially wet my vinyl. It's hard to align such a thin outline without at least getting the main part of the vinyl lined up correctly.
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. Keeping a hair dryer or heat gun around is recommended. Dry and wet install options are noted in the video.
Install video coming soon.