Aa2: Pieces Clear Sidedoor Handles Paint Scratches Protective Filmvinyl( 2 Cars) on 2040-parts.com
New York, United States
This listing is features One Set (8 pieces) Universal Transparent Car Door Handle Film.
This protection vinyl film will keep your vehicle's appearance by protecting its paint from chipping, scratching on your door handle paint. The protection vinyl film durable, transparent and nearly invisible.
- Comes with 4 pieces of door handle paint protectors.
- Approximate Size is 4" x 3.5"
- Universal Fit On Most Any Vehicle
- Self-adhesive, peel and stick
- Water Resistant
- Can Be Easily Cleaned With Water
- Long Lasting
- Simple to remove. Will leave no damage or residue on surface.
Buy 2 sets get 1 set Free (total: 3 sets)
Package Included for 1 set:
- 8 pcs x Universal Clear Side Door Handles Paint Scratches Protective Film (for 2 cars)
- 1 pcs x Super Soft iphone Cleaning Cloth (random color)
Please note: Due to variations in computer back lighting and natural lighting elements, colors may appear slightly different than on-screen.
We Only Ship Within The United States.
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