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  1. #1
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    Default PlastiDip My Door Handles

    Just one T20 and a flat head screwdriver to remove the cap of each door and the door handles slide out.

    Pull snap the cord, each door has only one except the Front Passenger side, the extra cord is for the key entry system.

    Wash them in warm water and dish detergent (great for removing oily surfaces) and dry out with hair dryer.

    Spray on PlastiDip with 5 layers and set out to dry.

    Looks great like new!

    Next : Look forward to the next dip.
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    Default Re: PlastiDip My Door Handles

    Looks really good, a nice stock look going on. Did you have to cut into the plastidip along the joins between the handle and the back of the handle to make sure that it moves freely?
    Last edited by Ocracoke; 22nd August 2016 at 10:11.

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    Default Re: PlastiDip My Door Handles

    The door handle remove easily from the base. Each part is dipped separately. Should be 8 pieces all together.

    May want to do the Side Mirror this weekend. Thinking about the wiper arms too.

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