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How do I correctly apply my car door magnet?
Please follow these instructions for your Car Door Magnet to ensure it properly adheres and avoids damage to the vehicle surface, and to prevent it from falling off in transit:
VEHICLE SURFACE - Car Door Magnets can only be applied to a metallic surface - it WILL NOT adhere to Aluminum, Wood or Fiberglass. NOTE: A Car Door Magnet cannot be applied successfully to vehicles that have just been waxed or painted. Applying to newly painted surfaces can result in damage to vehicles paintwork. Allow (at least) 90 days for paint, 60 days for clear coat and 2 days for wax before applying a Car Door Magnet.
Choose a surface on your vehicle that is smooth and flat. If attempting to apply to a curved surface, Car Door Magnet can only be successfully applied to a slight curve in the vehicle bodywork. When applying, smooth all air pockets out of the Car Door Magnet and ensure that the corners and edges are flattened down and flush with the vehicle surface. If there are curvatures on the edges of the product, the Car Door Magnet may fall off.
To reposition the Car Door Magnet, remove completely by lifting at the sides (do not lift at the corners!). Attempting to pull the product into alignment instead of lifting off to reposition may cause warping.