Introduction: Low Cost Way to Replace a Car Trim.
Years ago I lost the indoor trims for my car. Now I have decided to make a covering to hide the wiring I have placed that the old trims would have hidden.
Read on for my very low cost diy solution.
Step 1: Cloth and Glue.
Black towel cloth and evostik glue are what I used to make the new coverings.
Step 2: Cutting the Lengths Necessary.
Using a kitchen scissors I cut the shape needed to cover the pillar.
Step 3: Applying the Glue and Sticking on the Cloth.
I wiped clean the area that needed to be glued and used a flathead screwdriver to apply the glue. Next I pressed in the edges of the cloth.
Step 4: Completion!
In addition to the pillar I put cloth on the sealed vents and solar panel. Now the inside of my 1999 car looks a bit more presentable.
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