SOLD:FREE: 3/4th of A Kooltint Chrome Delete Kit

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I discovered today that putting on vinyl is satan’s work and I’m just going to get it done professionally. Purchased in glossy black for a 2019 coupe. I destroyed one of the pieces (remaining shown in pic), the others are untouched. I only ask you pay shipping (from Oregon) and be patient as I work nights so may not be able to get it out the same day.

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You could always practice with your remaining bits and buy another kit. It might be cheaper than paying a shop ;)


Be like this guy

 

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I discovered today that putting on vinyl is satan’s work and I’m just going to get it done professionally. Purchased in glossy black for a 2019 coupe. I destroyed one of the pieces (remaining shown in pic), the others are untouched. I only ask you pay shipping (from Oregon) and be patient as I work nights so may not be able to get it out the same day.

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Actually it wasn’t that hard at all. I got the same but for sedan and they give you some reasonable extra vinyl so you don’t have to line it up precisely
 
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Actually it wasn’t that hard at all. I got the same but for sedan and they give you some reasonable extra vinyl so you don’t have to line it up precisely
I saw some people put it on just fine, but it’s cold where I live and I didn’t want to fumble with it for hours to get it right. I’m comfortable leaving this one to someone who has more experience than me.
 

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Paid 55$ for a professional shop to do the chrome wrap. Tried to do it myself, but that was a big no no lol.
 

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Paid 55$ for a professional shop to do the chrome wrap. Tried to do it myself, but that was a big no no lol.
Really? It’s super easy to do lol. Did you buy the pre cut ?
 
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I purchased a precut one are they easy to install?
Many people on here have commented they it’s very easy. I personally did not find it as easy (to get really clean results). However, I also did it in a very cold, somewhat dimly lit garage simply because my free time is sparse and that’s what was available when I had the time. The common tips are: clean the area well with alcohol before application, go slow/be patient, having a heat gun helps to smooth out wrinkles/stretches, use good lighting.
 

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To the Original poster. I purchased from Kooltint and had the same thing. In addition, the seller was very rude and provided poor customer service.

I recommend EVERYONE to NOT BUY from Kooltint.

Requesting a refund was like walking into someones personal issue.

Sent a replacement when it was not my request. Then, to respond saying I stretched it, and all this other jazz that basically implies I am the problem. Wants a thank you and says I am the only person to complain; when. I am just stating the issue and requesting a refund. Wants me to send it back for a refund. This led me to believe, he sent a replacement that I have not received or know (no tracking). I will gladly return the replacement, given a RMA or paid return shipping label. However, was only being told off.....

No professionalism and customer service and, was treated as I was the problem and not the defected product.

Update: Seller decided to provide a full refund, as they made a mistake and, thought I was a customer that owned a Tesla. Albeit, this still shows' questionable customer service and, lack of paying attention to details!

Buyers beware...
 
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