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Wrapping interior trim pieces
Hi everyone. I picked up a 2013 f250 the other day after trading in a 07 Duramax. The interior on this thing is beautiful, but being in the construction business, I need to protect it before it turns to crap.
The thing I'm mostly concerned about is the gray (or is it grey) trim pieces around the navigation screen and volume/ac knobs in the middle of the dash and the same colored pieces on the door surrounding the window buttons. I can see those getting absolutely filthy in no time at all because of light color but more because they seem to have a rough texture on them that will rub the dirt off my hands and make it tough to clean.
I promised myself I would keep this truck stock after lifting my Durmax, adding wheels/tires, and cutting a hole in the bed for a stack. All of which I regretted later....
Anyway, can I wrap these pieces in some of that 3M stuff? Is it just like a sticker or is it the stuff I need a heatgun for (which I have)? And can it be removed later without damaging the original surface? And I guess my biggest question is would it have to be sanded first since it has that rough textured finish?
Thanks for any insight