I have been meaning to put this post on for awhile but have been slack.
Basically it's about using the 3M Di-Noc carbon fiber film and how to apply it to your Jeep.
I ordered a 5' x 5' roll off Amazon because it was cheaper to buy it in the US and have it shipped to Australia than to buy that much here. So far I've used about half to 2/3 of it.
I have applied the film to all interior dash and door moldings, the front and rear door sills, exterior door pillars (bought pre-cut off eBay) and the steering wheel. I also covered the rear chrome brow cover but it looked a bit ordinary after I had to cut out the recessed Jeep lettering in the center so I pulled it off and ended up Plasti dipping it matte black.
There are some clips on YouTube of people applying the film so I watched as many as I could find. One in particular was from a guy in Scotland doing the interior trim of his Jeep and I pretty much just followed his advice.
Now, I did not remove the trim pieces to apply the film although I'm sure it can be done if you have the inclination and know how to do it. I just cut my pieces slightly bigger than the trim piece they were covering, so I could trim and tuck the excess in behind the trim.
I also used a hair dryer in lieu of a heat gun. This helps make the film more pliable and easier to stretch to fit and helps in removing air bubbles.
When removing the air bubbles just use a plastic scrapper or even an old ATM or credit card, starting from the middle moving them on the diagonal.
Sometimes I couldn't get rid of them all so I'd just take the tip of my hobby knife and put small holes in them to release the trapped air.
I have attached photos of what I've covered and the tools I used to do it. The only thing that isn't pictured is the rubbing alcohol I used to clean each piece before applying the film.
Just let me know if you have any questions otherwise, good luck.
ps: Hopefully the paragraph breaks work. If not, I apologise if it appears as one block of text.