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Product description

Color:2 Pcs

Features:
Car Models: Universal
Material: Flexible PVC
Color: Transparent
Dimension: 25cm (L) x 5.8cm(W) / 10"(L) x 2.4"(W)
(Please check the size before purchase)
High Quality Self Adhesive Tape For Easy Installation
Easy Installation, No Tool Required, Beautiful Outlook
Installation method:
1. wipe the inner line of side mirror and keep it dry.
2. Tear off the back glue and adjust the position for sticking and fixing.
3. Press with towel or hand;
4. Installation complete.
(Tips: Use a hair dryer or heat gun to sufficiently heat up the tape;
this will allow the adhesive to better activate and bond to the surface)
Package includes:
2 pcs flexible side mirror rain boards

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