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Old 10-19-2011, 06:54 PM
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Originally Posted by spadgitt View Post
Thanks Moparornocar (BTW, great name!), that's a great idea. I didn't even think about the steering wheel stuff. Good to know it just pops right out.

Scipione, that 3M Di-noc stuff is amazing. Just remember, HEAT is your friend. I used a heat gun. I'm not sure if a hair dryer will get hot enough. Just when you think you have totally screwed a piece up, throw some heat to it and it's like magic. Patience is also rewarded. Oh, and don't do what I did and start to cut some of the holes out before you have it laid down nice and smooth. I thought it would help to cut on it a little where a hole was going to be to give a little bit of "wiggle room". Bad idea. Leave the sheet whole until you have it where you want it, THEN cut the holes.....

Scott P.
thanks. post a pic of the stuff you r talking about!
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