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Here are my top 5 tips to help you install a DIY Chrome Delete Kit. If you have no previous experience with vinyl wraps (and hello 👋this was us), arm yourself with patience but let me tell you something: you can do it.
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If you are thinking about doing your own chrome delete for your M3 you can see how to do it here.#62
Thank you TesBros- formerly known as TeslaBros- for partnering with us for this one giving away one DIY Chrome Delete Kit (Satin black) to a lucky Model 3, Model S, or Model X owner.
Make sure to check out our pinned tweet to participate! If you’re having doubts about the DIY part, here’s our experience applying the kit to our Model S 👌#103
You’ve installed your chrome delete kit, nice! But… how should you wash it to avoid damaging the vinyl? Is pressure washing ok?
Read more: TesletterFrom issue #102
According to some docs filed by Tesla China, the Model 3 will soon come with full a black trim. This is exactly how the Model Y comes here in North America, maybe Tesla will make modifications to the Model 3 here in NA to be like that too. If you ask me, I think the black trim makes it look sportier and I really like it.From issue #126
TeslaBros is rebranding to TESBROS and opening an Amazon Store. To celebrate the launch, they are offering their Chrome Delete Kits at an awesome price:
- Model 3 Chrome Delete Kit: $139.95
- Model S/X Chrome Delete Kit: $149.95 (US only)
We recently installed the Chrome Delete kit in our Model S- we’ll be publishing an article soon- and couldn’t be happier about it, it looks amazing! I’m not going to lie, it takes patience. But once you get the hang of it, smoothing the vinyl almost becomes therapeutic.#101
Thinking in applying Chrome Delete to your Model 3? Teslabros’ DIY Chrome Delete Kit is high-quality premium vinyl, easy to apply, and honestly, it looks amazing. I just wish it’d be available for the Model S. Want to see more? Check out MotherFrunker’s YouTube review.