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[* black] Using a lint-free cloth (or coffee filter) with a bit of isopropyl alcohol, clean the adhesion surfaces. Use a Q-tip to clean smaller surfaces and corners.
[* icon_note] For delicate surfaces that might be damaged by solvents use a 50/50 mix of water and isopropyl alcohol. Don't use any scented cleaners or anything that might leave a residue.
[* black] For best results, swipe your cleaning implement in one direction, not back and forth.
[* icon_note] This will help remove any remaining adhesive residue and prep the surface for the new adhesive.
[* black] Wait at least a minute to let the solvent evaporate after cleaning.
[* icon_note] The next four steps are example use cases for the pre-cut adhesive card. Evaluate what will work for your repair, and continue from step seven for installation stepsapplication and installation.
[* icon_note] The next four steps are example use cases for the pre-cut adhesive card. Evaluate what will work for your repair, and continue from step seven for installation stepsapplication and installation.