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Dash kits are often one of the most distinctive parts of a vehicle. Manufacturers and auto designers actually spend most of their designated design time for a car's interior on the console's appearance. The difficult and challenging task here is to combine both functionality and sleekness. Read on to find out why you want to upgrade your factory dash kit, what types of dash kits are on the market, and which cleaning supplies you can use to keep your dash in great shape.

What's a Custom Dash Kit for?

Whether you're looking for a Honda Accord dash kit, a Civic dash kit, or a Ford Taurus dash kit- customizing your console is a great way to accentuate the interior of your car. But the fun doesn't stop at the control panel. With a custom dash kit, you will be able to give your center console, door panels, steering wheel, air vents, and overhead consoles a whole new look. With a Ford Mustang dash kit, an Infiniti G35 dash kit, or a Nissan Altima dash kit you add an elegant and lavish finish to your car. Not to mention that dash kits are an easy and affordable way to customize your driving environment with a design that used to be reserved for high-end vehcicles.

What Kinds Of Dash Kits Are Available?

You want to get that Toyota Camry dash kit, Dodge Ram dash kit, or a Ford Focus dash kit, but maybe you are not sure what the differences are between all those types. Let us help you. A carbon fiber dash kit is tailor made for a clean fit and comes in your choice of simulated or authentic carbon fiber weave. There are also molded dash kits that, unlike their flat counterparts, are thick pieces that extend out from your dashboard, adding more contours and a sense of depth. Last but not least, there are also wooden designs available for your Mitsubishi Eclipse dash kit, Nissan Maxima dash kit, or Toyota Corolla dash kit. We have a huge selection for you to choose from, including walnut, zebra, maple, bubinga, and rosewood.

How To Keep My Dash Kit Clean

We recommend that you don't clean your new dash kit for up to 72 hours after installation. After that, use a clean towel that's moistened with water or window cleaner to wash your Toyota Tacoma dash kit, Ford F150 dash kit, or your Chevy Silverado dash kit. You don't want to use any harsh detergents or wire brushes as these will damage your marvelous new trim. Also, stay away from vinyl treatments. They contain silicone which dissolves the trim's adhesive.

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