DOORKICK Keeps Your Door Panels New

Posted: May 22 2008, 8:30am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 8:17am CDT, in News | Cars & Vehicles

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One of the top priorities when people get new cars is to keep them looking new for as long as possible. Many people kick the door of their car open with a foot on the interior trim panel. The problem is that this puts little scratches and dirt on the door over time.

Interior trim panels are very expensive and the marks to the finish just look bad. A new product promises to let people keep kicking the door open without causing any scratches to the door itself. The DOORKICK is a foam backed vinyl that sticks to your door with a 3M adhesive that is removable and leaves no residue.

The little rectangles are available in 5 colors to help match your car’s interior. Measurements are 3” tall x 7” wide and you can get a pair of the DOORKICK devices for $6.99. Available colors include beige, mushroom, charcoal, black, and grey.


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