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Car inner door step protection

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Bought my car 2 weeks back and in desperate need to apply some protection to the inner door step panel (where footwear can easily scratch off - the plastic area - image attached)
 
3M transparent film costs 9800 for them to apply it for all 4 inner doorstep panels only ( not other upholstery)
 
Am I the only one who think it's too costly.? Screenshot_20190406-155503__01__01.thumb.jpeg.6c6b75c297de43793f3e5dc634cc5784.jpeg
 
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Yes that is costly....in Japan you can buy some diy protectors....maybe Darley road has the same ?

I have never used them....kids are well trained not to scratch their footwear on it :D.

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Got some through Ali Express yet to apply, had good reviews on the product

 

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On 4/6/2019 at 4:03 PM, Praveen_Auto said:

Bought my car 2 weeks back and in desperate need to apply some protection to the inner door step panel (where footwear can easily scratch off - the plastic area - image attached)
 
3M transparent film costs 9800 for them to apply it for all 4 inner doorstep panels only ( not other upholstery)
 
Am I the only one who think it's too costly.? Screenshot_20190406-155503__01__01.thumb.jpeg.6c6b75c297de43793f3e5dc634cc5784.jpeg
 
Sent from my ONEPLUS A5000 using AutoLanka.com mobile app powered by Tapatalk
 
 

 

Go to a sticker shop, they have the clear wrap, take it, leave it in the sun a bit and apply it yourself, just like putting a cover to a book

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1 hour ago, iRage said:

kids are well trained not to scratch their footwear on it :D.

haha... quoted line made my day.. :D

Anyway, thanks for the info. budd

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