Once you choose the dashboard kit that is right for you, it is time to install. Fortunately, it’s not too difficult to install kits correctly but there are definitely a few things you’ll need to do to ensure a good fit to your vehicle. First step, you’ll want to really clean the surface areas where your dashboard overlay is going. Making sure the surface is free of dirt, dust and grease is essential as the kit will not stick properly on a dirty surface and it will peel off prematurely. Find a good degreaser for this step and then rub it down with isopropyl alcohol. Now you should be ready to start the installation. Take your time, make sure the pieces are properly aligned before actually sticking a piece on. Once you know it’s a good fit, peel off the backing and gently tack the piece into place. If it’s aligned, go ahead and press it firmly down. B&I and Sherwood dash kits use 3M adhesive with maximum bond strength and a built in primer, allowing you to skip a promoter and simply “peel and stick”. Start with smaller, easier pieces to get the hang of it first. Piece by piece your new, beautiful dash will appear. When you are done, wipe it down with a soft cloth and enjoy your new interior!