4 pcs Universal Invisible Car door Handle Stickers Car Sticker Protection Protector Film Scratches Resistant Cover 00.31p delivered @ aliexpress (Jteng Car companion) - HotUKDeals
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4 pcs Universal Invisible Car door Handle Stickers Car Sticker Protection Protector Film Scratches Resistant Cover 00.31p delivered @ aliexpress (Jteng Car companion)

£0.31 @ Ali Express
78 orders 100% 5 star (9907 available) • Protect your investment from scratches around the door handle whether you own or lease it makes sense for 31p inc. FREE delivery • 4pcs/set Univers… Read More
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6m, 3w agoFound 6 months, 3 weeks ago
78 orders

100% 5 star

(9907 available)

• Protect your investment from scratches around the door handle whether you own or lease it makes sense for 31p inc. FREE delivery

• 4pcs/set Universal Invisible car styling car door Scratches Automobile Protective car stickers Film car Handle Protective DIY easy 

 

Features:

• Perfect for keeping your vehicle's appearance by protecting its paint from chipping or scratching.

• Durable, transparent,  adhesive

• Easy to install, Clear, strong stickiness

• Provide superior strength and amazing softness

• Easy to remove without scraping vehicle's surface or leaving residue behind

• Suitable to use in washing, drying, waxing/polishing your cars, boats, trucks and motorcycles etc 

 

Specifications:

Material: Vinyl

Size:  9.3*8 cm

Package included: 

4 X Car Door Scratch Handle Protector Film
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banned 24 Likes
deany76
d1gger
Do you leave the plastic cover on a new car seat?
Not sure if you are being sarcastic or not.
Have you ever opened your car door with the car keys in the same hand?
no, not since 1984 when I started having cars with remote central locking
24 Likes
bavis1
do not waste your money,have had over 200 cars never thought I need a bit of plastic to protect the door handle recess!!!!! load of rubbish

Well even if you have been driving for 40 years thats a new car 5 times a year no wonder you dont have any scratches.
My cherished 11 year old motor from new does however, have some scratches


Edited By: deany76 on Oct 02, 2016 19:56: -
13 Likes
save yourself 31p and put your keys in the other hand.
10 Likes
Cold. I don't own a silver car.
10 Likes
if they made these bigger to cover the whole car then you would never get accident damage ;) also the car couldn't be stolen as it would be invisible.

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#2
Installation video: First 1min:30s is removing existing scratches with polish - then from 1min:30s the installation
so
new car skip to 1min:30s
non-new car (with scratches) start at beginning of video,
cheers

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YSjJLwxAQPQ



Edited By: deany76 on Oct 02, 2016 08:34: `
10 Likes #3
Cold. I don't own a silver car.
1 Like #4
Do you leave the plastic cover on a new car seat?
2 Likes #5
d1gger
Do you leave the plastic cover on a new car seat?

Not sure if you are being sarcastic or not.

Have you ever opened your car door with the car keys in the same hand?
10 Likes #6
if they made these bigger to cover the whole car then you would never get accident damage ;) also the car couldn't be stolen as it would be invisible.
banned 24 Likes #7
deany76
d1gger
Do you leave the plastic cover on a new car seat?
Not sure if you are being sarcastic or not.
Have you ever opened your car door with the car keys in the same hand?
no, not since 1984 when I started having cars with remote central locking
1 Like #8
47__
deany76
d1gger
Do you leave the plastic cover on a new car seat?
Not sure if you are being sarcastic or not.
Have you ever opened your car door with the car keys in the same hand?
no, not since 1984 when I started having cars with remote central locking


Tends to be jewellery that causes most scratches in this area, especially tall rings like engagement rings.

Personally, although these an amazing price, better to refinish with Maguires compound or if light Super Resin Polish.
#9
47__
deany76
d1gger
Do you leave the plastic cover on a new car seat?
Not sure if you are being sarcastic or not.
Have you ever opened your car door with the car keys in the same hand?
no, not since 1984 when I started having cars with remote central locking
about the same year I first got a Scorpion alarm I think it was called but remote anyway.
I still have made the mistake though of opening the UNLOCKED door with the set of keys in same hand.
#10
Tends to be jewellery that causes most scratches in this area, especially tall rings like engagement rings.

I didn't know that gorillas got engaged ;)
#11
Skyhiigh
47__
deany76
d1gger
Do you leave the plastic cover on a new car seat?
Not sure if you are being sarcastic or not.
Have you ever opened your car door with the car keys in the same hand?
no, not since 1984 when I started having cars with remote central locking
Tends to be jewellery that causes most scratches in this area, especially tall rings like engagement rings.
Personally, although these an amazing price, better to refinish with Maguires compound or if light Super Resin Polish.

when mine arrive I plan on using Meguiars Scratch X 2.0 which is AWSOME for micro scratches http://www.halfords.com/motoring/paints-body-repair/scratch-repair-paint-restorers/meguiars-scratch-x-207ml
before install

Edited By: deany76 on Oct 01, 2016 22:29
2 Likes #12
do not waste your money,have had over 200 cars never thought I need a bit of plastic to protect the door handle recess!!!!! load of rubbish
13 Likes #13
save yourself 31p and put your keys in the other hand.
2 Likes #14
cmncomp
save yourself 31p and put your keys in the other hand.

I'm forgetful :|

Edited By: deany76 on Oct 01, 2016 22:31
24 Likes #15
bavis1
do not waste your money,have had over 200 cars never thought I need a bit of plastic to protect the door handle recess!!!!! load of rubbish

Well even if you have been driving for 40 years thats a new car 5 times a year no wonder you dont have any scratches.
My cherished 11 year old motor from new does however, have some scratches


Edited By: deany76 on Oct 02, 2016 19:56: -
1 Like #16
deany76
bavis1
do not waste your money,have had over 200 cars never thought I need a bit of plastic to protect the door handle recess!!!!! load of rubbish

Well even if you have been driving for 40 years thats a new car 5 times a year no wonder you dont have any scratches.
My cherished 11 year old motor from new does however.


ha ha. I never thought to do the maths.
banned 2 Likes #17
maybe people should just buy hundreds of these and cover their whole car and protect it from stone chips, bird poo,ect, ect, not forgetting windshield protectors to save you getting a little chip in the windscreen, after all if you worry about a little scratch that can easily be rubbed out you must be frantic at the thought of a stone chip on your bonnet
#18
47__
maybe people should just buy hundreds of these and cover their whole car and protect it from stone chips, bird poo,ect, ect, not forgetting windshield protectors to save you getting a little chip in the windscreen, after all if you worry about a little scratch that can easily be rubbed out you must be frantic at the thought of a stone chip on your bonnet

These are available to cover most of the front of cars but its an expensive procedure I got a quote a few years back, just for bonnet and wing mirrors and was a bit shocked by the cost - good idea though http://solutions.3m.com/wps/portal/3M/en_US/3M-Automotive/Aftermarket/Our-Brands/Scotchgard-Pro-Series/


Edited By: deany76 on Oct 01, 2016 22:48
4 Likes #19
In all honesty if you look at the handle recess of yourcar you will most probably see it has a few scratches on from rings (normally higher set engagement rings) if there is a woman who uses your car ;)
If you have a new car and want to protect from these scratches it's worth it.
4 Likes #20
Plus they are only 31p!
#21
gallopingbanker
In all honesty if you look at the handle recess of yourcar you will most probably see it has a few scratches on from rings (normally higher set engagement rings) if there is a woman who uses your car ;)
If you have a new car and want to protect from these scratches it's worth it.

yes totally agree best from new but as I mentioned earlier have tested http://www.halfords.com/motoring/paints-body-repair/scratch-repair-paint-restorers/meguiars-scratch-x-207ml?_$ja=kw:drytinder%7Ctsid:40392&cm_mmc=Affiliates-_-PerformanceHorizon-_-drytinder-_-TopLink and is excellent on "hairline" micro scratches on older cars. I found you do need to really rub and go over twice if a fair few scratches.
cheers
1 Like #22
thanks, very useful
2 Likes #23
gallopingbanker
In all honesty if you look at the handle recess of yourcar you will most probably see it has a few scratches on from rings (normally higher set engagement rings) if there is a woman who uses your car ;)
If you have a new car and want to protect from these scratches it's worth it.

I don't have scratches there on my cars no. Don't propose. Problem solved, along with many others....
2 Likes #24
vulcanproject
gallopingbanker
In all honesty if you look at the handle recess of yourcar you will most probably see it has a few scratches on from rings (normally higher set engagement rings) if there is a woman who uses your car ;)
If you have a new car and want to protect from these scratches it's worth it.
I don't have scratches there on my cars no. Don't propose. Problem solved, along with many others....

Live in sin? no engagement ring required?!

Edited By: deany76 on Oct 02, 2016 00:01
#25
gallopingbanker
In all honesty if you look at the handle recess of yourcar you will most probably see it has a few scratches on from rings (normally higher set engagement rings) if there is a woman who uses your car ;)
If you have a new car and want to protect from these scratches it's worth it.
I don't think women should drive
4 Likes #26
Be careful with these. I stuck these invisible stickers on the handles of my old car, and then could not find the locks to open the doors. I had to call the AA out and he smashed the glass. :(
1 Like #27
Why would there be scratches at the door handles? It's not like anybody has to put a key in the lock anymore. Seems pointless to me.
#28
Can I use it for my toilet bathroom bedroom kitchen doors
#29
deany76
d1gger
Do you leave the plastic cover on a new car seat?

Not sure if you are being sarcastic or not.

Have you ever opened your car door with the car keys in the same hand?


I meant to leave a smiley :) . Not a sarcastic comment. But really these seem as effective (if that's the word) as sticking other protective bits all over your car. Just had a big scratch on my bonnet. But I wouldn't have a protective cover on that. It's a car. Tesco bumps happen.
#30
biggysilly
gallopingbanker
In all honesty if you look at the handle recess of yourcar you will most probably see it has a few scratches on from rings (normally higher set engagement rings) if there is a woman who uses your car ;)
If you have a new car and want to protect from these scratches it's worth it.
I don't think women should drive


Why shouldn't woman be driving any reason
1 Like #31
Teezer
Why would there be scratches at the door handles? It's not like anybody has to put a key in the lock anymore. Seems pointless to me.

As previously mentioned:

• Jewellery, especially large engagement rings some ladies wear.
• I have on occasions opened my UNLOCKED car door while holding my set of keys - I do try not to do that but it has happened once or twice when in a rush.

Cheers



Edited By: deany76 on Oct 02, 2016 01:08
#32
argosextra
biggysilly
gallopingbanker
In all honesty if you look at the handle recess of yourcar you will most probably see it has a few scratches on from rings (normally higher set engagement rings) if there is a woman who uses your car ;)
If you have a new car and want to protect from these scratches it's worth it.
I don't think women should drive
Why shouldn't woman be driving any reason

He's having a Saturday evening laugh, not being serious (I hope!)
cheers
#34
deany76
vulcanproject
gallopingbanker
In all honesty if you look at the handle recess of yourcar you will most probably see it has a few scratches on from rings (normally higher set engagement rings) if there is a woman who uses your car ;)
If you have a new car and want to protect from these scratches it's worth it.
I don't have scratches there on my cars no. Don't propose. Problem solved, along with many others....

Live in sin? no engagement ring required?!


Lol @ living in sin. I knew HUKD members were backwards but didn't realise they were living in the 1950s.
2 Likes #35
argosextra
biggysilly
gallopingbanker
In all honesty if you look at the handle recess of yourcar you will most probably see it has a few scratches on from rings (normally higher set engagement rings) if there is a woman who uses your car ;)
If you have a new car and want to protect from these scratches it's worth it.
I don't think women should drive


Why shouldn't woman be driving any reason


i suspect this is banter
#36
Skyhiigh
47__
deany76
d1gger
Do you leave the plastic cover on a new car seat?
Not sure if you are being sarcastic or not.
Have you ever opened your car door with the car keys in the same hand?
no, not since 1984 when I started having cars with remote central locking
Tends to be jewellery that causes most scratches in this area, especially tall rings like engagement rings.
Personally, although these an amazing price, better to refinish with Maguires compound or if light Super Resin Polish.
Poor boys is much better than meguires. We changed some time ago. Clay bars are good too.
#37
Anyone with kids probably has loads scratches
#38
Buy for 31p, sell for £hundreds as OCD testing kits.
#39
you seem to be defending your post very vigorously.is this you selling them lol
#40
IWOOTN
Skyhiigh
47__
deany76
d1gger
Do you leave the plastic cover on a new car seat?
Not sure if you are being sarcastic or not.
Have you ever opened your car door with the car keys in the same hand?
no, not since 1984 when I started having cars with remote central locking
Tends to be jewellery that causes most scratches in this area, especially tall rings like engagement rings.
Personally, although these an amazing price, better to refinish with Maguires compound or if light Super Resin Polish.
Poor boys is much better than meguires. We changed some time ago. Clay bars are good too.

hi
Never heard of poor boys or clay bar have you used a buffer I heard extreme caution has to be used otherwise they will burn the paint.
Is this the best for above average hair line scratch s http://www.poorboysworld.co.uk/cgi-bin/pbw.cgi?Command=ShowEPage&db_epid=28
Thanks


Edited By: deany76 on Oct 02, 2016 10:29

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