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Jets Vinyl Chrome Delete Kit | 16-21 Civic

Jets Vinyl Chrome Delete Kit | 16-21 Civic

Regular price $35.00 USD
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Fits:

  • 2016 - 2021 Honda Civic, all trims

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Cover up the atrocious Chrome that ruins the look of the side profile! Jets Vinyl Chrome Delete Kits are perfectly measured and cut to fit your vehicle - as with any decals / vinyl always clean the surface for the best possible adhesion.

The kit includes all upper window trim pieces that cover up factory chrome pieces.

ALL SALES ARE FINAL.

Install Video:

https://www.instagram.com/tv/CFALZJiHGJ2/?utm_source=ig_web_copy_link

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Customer Reviews

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Tyler Batista
Good stuff

Put this on changed the car completely cheap and easy to put on!! make sure to have the proper vinyl wrap tools makes it very easy!!

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Wil
Even though I screwed up some it still looks great, and no trouble washing etc.

Other than the little interior vinyl bits I got for this car, I had never done any vinyl at all. I was really worried about messing up, to the point I called around for quotes to get someone else to do it for me. Forget that, I ended up doing it myself, and it came out pretty well, though not perfect.

- clean the surface with alcohol or mild soapy water, and dry it before starting, to remove dust.
- wet the vinyl and the surface with JUST water, no soap.
- Do one piece at a time, and start from the rear at the rear and work your way forward, and start from the front at the front and work your way back. There is a little bit of extra material at the end, so you'll have some room for error. Cut off the excess and tuck the end.
- the wet vinyl is easy to move around to get the perfect fitment. The cut is excellent and gives full coverage.

I did the driver's side first, and it came out good but not perfect. I did not wet the vinyl. I did the passenger side last, and it came out 100% perfect, after wetting the vinyl and with the practice the other side gave me.
I don't know for certain if this is the vinyl that releases air from underneath so it eliminates bubbles, but... I had a couple of bubbles and they're gone, so... it must be?
On a couple of areas I used a hair dryer, and it did shrink the vinyl, which helped in a couple of spots where I was having trouble tucking it under the rubber trim. This should not be necessary, but you CAN shrink it with heat effectively.

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Wil
Even though I screwed up some it still looks great, and no trouble washing etc.

Other than the little interior vinyl bits I got for this car, I had never done any vinyl at all. I was really worried about messing up, to the point I called around for quotes to get someone else to do it for me. Forget that, I ended up doing it myself, and it came out pretty well, though not perfect.

- clean the surface with alcohol or mild soapy water, and dry it before starting, to remove dust.
- wet the vinyl and the surface with JUST water, no soap.
- Do one piece at a time, and start from the rear at the rear and work your way forward, and start from the front at the front and work your way back. There is a little bit of extra material at the end, so you'll have some room for error. Cut off the excess and tuck the end.
- the wet vinyl is easy to move around to get the perfect fitment. The cut is excellent and gives full coverage.

I did the driver's side first, and it came out good but not perfect. I did not wet the vinyl. I did the passenger side last, and it came out 100% perfect, after wetting the vinyl and with the practice the other side gave me.
I don't know for certain if this is the vinyl that releases air from underneath so it eliminates bubbles, but... I had a couple of bubbles and they're gone, so... it must be?
On a couple of areas I used a hair dryer, and it did shrink the vinyl, which helped in a couple of spots where I was having trouble tucking it under the rubber trim. This should not be necessary, but you CAN shrink it with heat effectively.

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Reasad Farsad
Easy and cheap

Purchased the jetsvinyl, chrome deletes a while back to see how a pre cut will do. And wow, its so easy to install and is extremely durable; been through many car washes and even got a pressure washer like a few mm off the vinyl and still going strong! I have had experience installing many of them including my own car! for tips message me @905_fc1 if you require any help ;)