Snuke the only reflection I can see now is from the chrome around the vents.
Today I managed to do the passager side door and the steering wheel. To do the door handles I ended up taking the whole door trim off, I couldnít remove the champagne plastic part from the rest of the door, itís pretty frustrating what jeep has done, the bottom part clips into the rest of the trim but the top portion is melted into it (see pic), whatís the point if doing this?
Anyway it is doable to do the doors, just abit frustrating and some care is required. I took some pictures at various stages to give an idea of how the wrapping is done. The 3rd pic is with the wrap just stuck on, the 4th pic is with heat applied.
I was able to remove the champagne plastic from the rest of the steering wheel which made it a lot easier to do but overall it was a pita of a job, getting it all back together was a pain. If anyone decides to do this task, make sure you have the steering wheel turned so itís upside down, take some pics of how the wires are run on the back of the steering wheel to make it easier to put back together and most importantly disconnect the battery and what at least 2 minutes before touching anything on the steering wheel.
Sorry about the crappy iphone pics.
The Following 3 Users Say Thank You to Wadeaus For This Useful Post:
Holy shit that looks so much better! As much as I like the interior upgrades on the 2014, I can't stand the copper colored interior trim accents and have wondered if Jeep will change it by the time I'm ready to purchase a newer model. If not, I'm going your route- very well done!
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Looks great!! Without seeing this post, I was researching this just this week contemplating either 3M 1080 Brushed Steel or Brushed Black Steel. Glad to see someone put the hard yards in for the rest of us.