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    Removing or Covering Visor Warning Decals

    In an attempt to avoid creating a duplicate post about the topic- I searched these forums for information about either removing or covering the hideous warning decals on the visors. I did not see anything on the topic, so I am wondering if anyone has found a solution to removing them (without scaring the visor) or perhaps has tried just placing a piece of adhesive-backed black vinyl over them.

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    Removing them is hard to do and it will be visible that something was there. Covering them will be cheapest solution. Or try to source them from EU, if those fit? EU has a non decal driver side = left visor (does not extend) and the UK has a non decal driver side =right visor
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    Since I got a tan visor out of a titanium for HomeLink, so I had to paint it with a matching color. This did a great job of hiding the decals but there was still a non textured flat spot that was too noticeable so I got better decals!

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    well crap, that reminds me that I still need to do something about the pass side decals...

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    I decided that since I had a scrap of 3M Di-Noc laying around I'd cut the appropriate sized rectangles and see how it looks. I took a few pictures, but without using the flash you can't see it at all (which is the point, so this seems like a good option, at least right now. Maybe it won't adhere well once it's in the summer sun... we'll see. Di-Noc is supposed to be pretty heat and UV resistant.) I didn't care for the distracting white and yellow warning label so this is removable and covers it up with something darker at least. The attached pic shows both visors, and how they look with a light shining directly on one, and not on the other.

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