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  • #62210

    steeve
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    UK - England

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    Any one have any tips on fitting gel inlays in the spoiler. I’m tempted to fit them wet, has any one done this please?

    #62213

    bobcat
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    UK - England

    Posts: 9999

    I fitted mine dry, as recommended by dmb,



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    #62217

    rampant
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    UK - England

    Posts: 399

    Tips…

    Don’t handle the inlays with bare fingers. Nitrile gloves are good.

    Use tweezers.

    Clean the recess surface with panel wipe or isopropyl alcohol and a cotton bud.

    Don’t press the inlay with anything firm edged which would create an indent.



    // ’17 Nitrous Blue // Forged Alloys // Michelin Super Sports // Painted Calipers // Sync 3 // Lux Pack // Winter Pack // Black Gel Spoiler Badges // Blue Gel Wheel Inserts // GTechniq Liquid Crystal // GTechniq Alloy Armour // sold Jun ’18

    #62223

    Ian Barker
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    United Kingdom

    Posts: 1001

    Clean the area and use a hairdryer to warm the area before you insert the inlays

    #62240

    cosmic-charlie
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    USA

    Posts: 90

    Was easy here in Florida USA. just park outside in 90+ degree day for  bit and then apply!

    #62254

    Beavis
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    UK - Scotland

    Posts: 106

    Fitted mine today , cleaned with an antiseptic wipe ,heated up both inlay sticker and body with a hair dryer  then fitted , no problem.

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