Have you been yearning to give your car a make over?
Trying to make your cars stand out from the rest on the road?
Well, its time to try adding some chrome accessories for classy look! Using chrome trim is an easy way to achieve that new look and it can be so user friendly that you can do it yourself.
The chrome trims are either crafted from top-quality stainless steel (to prevent rusting) or ABS plastic (well known for its high impact strength) and backed with auto-grade 3M adhesive for a quick “stick on” installation.
So why wait? Get online today!
Anyway, the easiest parts to start for a novice would be the windscreens and here are some tips to share with you on installing the chrome trim yourself:
Always remember that before you begin, make sure the trim fits your windshield. You won’t want to discover that the trim does not fit your windshield and start to panic when you are in the midst of adhering it!
Upon confirmation that the trim fits, place the chrome trim around the perimeter of the windshield. You don't want to peel the wax paper off the tape and then not have the chrome trim be the correct size.
Try to apply the trim on a warm day, as on wet days, the moisture can affect the stickiness of the adhesives.
Yes, the main reason why I could not wait for dinner!!!
Dinner with my pals at Straits Kitchen located at Hyatt Hotel!!
The variety of food was not as impressive as the Carousel which we usually frequent, but what was the most enjoyable was the company of fun, wacky friends!!!
We celebrated the birthday for our diva... and to lure her out unknowingly after she arrived back from KL the day before... I had to use the excuse of going on a charity dinner... for BREAST CANCER AWARENESS to get her out...
Lo and Behold, we all had a good laugh after she had the surprise there!
It really has been some time since I really enjoyed myself, especially with the recent workload that I am facing...
I'd always thought that Sakae Sushi served really standard Japanese food...
But I was really dismayed by their service and food quality today!!!
Went to their Causeway Point outlet today after work, looking for a quick bite...
Ordered our main course from the waiter after looking at the menu...
And the same guy then came back again to take our side orders a while later, so I ordered chawanmushi (steamed egg)....
This was my main course, the premium set meal... and if you already notice, there is already a steamed chawanmushi in the set. It's pretty obvious that the waiter was just merely taking orders for the sake of doing so!
The worst, was their cod fish, gindara, the whole thing was not only fishy, but the texture had totally changed to pure mushiness!
Told a waitress politely and she did not take any action!
Told the manager and his reaction was pretty slow. What I wanted was just an explanation and an investigation of why the cod was bad... not even an exchange or discount... But the service standard of Sakae Sushi has really disappointed me..
If I have to dine at a conveyor sushi at Causeway Point, Ichiban Sushi is still my choice!
We live in an oxymoronic world...
I am pretty ugly...
Sometimes i live to agree to disagree..
I have a little big ego..
I might be drawing a blank...
Nothing Much , Nothing Much ... my life is just full of oxmorons...
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