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GM factory decal went on pretty easy. Just keep everything wet including your fingers, car body and both sides of the decal. Once on the car, peel off the backing at a sharp angle very slowly, keeping it wet. A credit card works well to work out the bubbles. Towel dry, using the towel to also work out any imperfections. I think I like it on the Bolt EV but I'm sure there are mixed opinions on that. Suzanne said, "How much did you spend on that?"
 

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I don't mind it. The white really pops against the blue.
 

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Looks like you did a nice job. Congrats. :)
 

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I wonder if any of the original 2010 Volts still have the huge VOLT decal still on?
There's a 2011-12 Volt that drives past here about 1-2 times a month that still has the big VOLT decal on the sides.
 

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I'm not a big fan of vinyl/decal designs on cars (doesn't mean I dislike them either) but this one looks very nice on your Bolt. Nicely done too from what I can tell.
 

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Very nice ride...but I am the of the opposite minded ...I remove every decal and sticker possible on every car I own..including body side mouldings. I find it a much cleaner look for myself.
 

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Interesting. I've always wondered if they're removed now will there be obvious paint fade outlines.
I had mine taken off after buying it at age 3.5, and there was no ghost. But maybe the silver is different.
 
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