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The best way to protect your paintings for shipment is to prevent anything from having direct contact with the surface of your painting. This is a demonstration of a simple method for protecting smaller paintings, using common materials: cardboard, tape, plastic sheeting, and hook and loop strips.
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We’re going to be installing some vent visors. The first thing you need to do when you take them out of the package, is you want to make sure that if you have a 2-door vehicle, you want to make sure that you have a left and you have a right. Usually, they’re stamped right here on the outer portion, or they could be on the backside, right here on the inner lip. You want to make sure that you have a left and you have a right. If you have a 4-door, you want to make sure you have 2 lefts and 2 rights. Always check your product to make sure you have it all there.
Secondly, what you want to do is you want to do a test run. What I mean by a test run is you just want to take your product and sit it up to the vehicle, get an idea of where it’s going to be attached to. A lot of people, they’ll take the tape off and just stick it up there. Once it’s there, it’s going to be very hard to take it back off and hope that it sticks again. Always do a test run first with your product. Of course, I’ve done my front, and of course, you want to test your rear to make sure everything clears. Let’s test it. You’re just getting an idea where it’s going to go at. Another thing is always . . . you can use your top portion as a guide. Then on the inner side, you have . . . usually try to keep the same, equal distance on both sides before you apply them.
You want to clean your surface. It’s very important, because a lot of times, these things come off and it’s only because of the fact that they’re not cleaned properly. Where it’s going to stick at is where you want to make sure you clean real good; and that’s on both sides. I always start with doing the front visor first, and I use it as a guide for the rears.
What we’re going to do is we’re going to pull back some tape. What we’re going to do is we’re going to pull it back. I always expose about 2 or 2½ inches. What you do is you pull it back and you fold it right there so it’s hanging out like that. Usually, I do both ends like that. On the short pieces, really, I just go ahead and pull them off because it’s not going to be that hard to really attach it to the vehicle and it be a problem. Make sure you get all your protectant off of it before you attach it. You don’t really have to blow it; that just speeds up the process a little bit. What I’m going to do is, you want to just set it on here, just get an idea; just eye it before you actually press it down, because you can always pull them back up really easy to move it to where it needs to be. What you want to do is just keep an eye on your top, and then just sit it there.
Before you finish that one off, go ahead and grab your rear one. You’re going to pull that tape off just like you did on the front one. The little, small sections, I always just go ahead and get those out of the way because they can get complicated sometimes when they don’t want to come off easily. Pull it back about 2½ inches, fold it outward. Then we’ll go ahead your surface has been cleaned. We’ll go ahead and stick it, use it as a guide to line these together. Before you go all the way on with them, I just tack them up there and stand back. Make sure you’re even here and everything flows downward. I always keep up here and take a look to make sure everything is even there, too. Once you’re comfortable with the way it looks, then what you’re going to do is you’re going to go back and you’re going to just press on each end to make sure she’s not coming off, and you’re going to take and pull this tape up. Then we’re going to do the same here. We’re going to tack it and just pull this tape up; makes the install a whole lot easier. What I always do is I never use my hand to run around it.