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Getting in and out of your vehicle should be a simple process even on a rainy day. Don't you just hate it when you open your car door to exit when a stream of water soaks your arm before you can even open your umbrella? Your suit is a mess and there is no way you can dry it before your meeting starts. To prevent this type of problem from occurring, we sell vent visors that help deflect moisture from gathering along your door. Our stock of vent visors are first quality parts that offer greater visibility and less wind noise and they are easy to install with no drilling needed. All you have to do is fit your vent visor into your window's channel and they fit snuggly and securely. We make purchasing vent visors an easy task as everything we stock is listed right online. Select the correct make, model, and model year of your car and find the vent visor that has been custom designed for your vehicle. Place your order today and we will process it immediately and ship directly to your address. Save time and money, we will not be undersold.
Picking the Perfect Vent Visor for Your Car
Whether it's called a vent visor or window deflector, an in channel or stick-on installation type, the fact that you wanted to have one installed in your ride remains the same. But with such an array of brands that manufacture this car accessory in the market today, picking the ideal product for your vehicle won't be a stroll in the park. You'll have to consider a lot of things to guarantee that you won't put your money to waste. Now, we understand your dilemma so we're providing some helpful tips that you can read below.
Tip #1. If you want superior durability, look for the best vent visor brand in the market. It's actually a no-brainer. Since there's no way that you can find out if the accessory is durable without testing it, you just have to rely on the credibility of the make. Remember, not a lot of companies are capable of manufacturing high-quality vent visors. So banking on the brand's reputation is a safe-kind-of-smart decision to make.
Tip #2. Buy a vent visor that fits your car-this goes for every car part or accessory that you're going to purchase in the future. You see, if the vent visor matches your vehicle's specific make and model, you're instantly guaranteed with two things: one, the installation process would be a breeze; two, you're ensured that your time and money did not go to waste in getting it.
Tip #3. Choose the perfect shade for your car. Because really, it would be a shame if the vent visor that you'll buy won't go well with your vehicle's paint job.
Tip #4. Get a product that has an excellent warranty-this is the only way to protect yourself from a substandard or defective accessory. If you can find a vent visor with a lifetime warranty, that's so much better.
Installing your Brand-new Vent Visor
A vent visor is just one of the many automotive accessories that can add a custom look to your vehicle. But aside from its aesthetic value, this add-on can also protect your cabin from various outside elements like rain or wind. Now, to make sure that this aftermarket accessory can do what it's meant to do, you must first install it to your ride. You shouldn't take this task lightly as it can also affect the performance or lifespan of your vent visor. If you want to carry out the installation process the way it should be, you just need to carefully follow the instructions below.
Difficulty level: Easy
Things that you will need:
- Vent visor
- Rubbing alcohol
- Clean cloth
Step 1. Clean out the car's window surface by using a clean cloth with rubbing alcohol. The dirt or dust must be removed to make sure that the adhesive would attach properly.
Step 2. Position the vent visor on the upper frame of your vehicle's door to make sure that it would fit. Check if your visor can be snapped into place without using any adhesive.
Step 3. After ensuring that it fits, remove the vent visor and apply the adhesive to the part that would be attached to the window surface. You don't want to make a mess or ruin the finish so be sure that you use adhesive in small amount.
*Note: If you want to make the installation more permanent, you can use fasteners.
Step 4. In case you've managed to spill adhesive on some parts of your car or the vent visor, you can easily clean it using a clean cloth and rubbing alcohol.
*Note: Most vent visors may not need the use of adhesive. However, we think that it's necessary if you want to make sure that the visors are installed properly to your ride.