DashSkin Install Video:
If your pride and joy is suffering from a broken or cracked dash, it can be a disheartening dilemma. Replacing the entire dashboard is expensive and time consuming to say the least. Luckily, we came across a genius solution that will neither break the bank nor steal days of your time. In this video we show you how to fix a cracked dash with a DashSkin install on our 1996 Chevy Tahoe.
In the late ‘80s and into the 2000s, some manufacturers started using plastic-based dashboards in their cars and trucks. These were easy to make and looked pretty good when new, but time has not been so kind to these dashboards. This was certainly the case for our OBS Chevy Tahoe.
When we started looking into options for making our interior look new again, we started to get nervous. An all new dash was going to cost $1,000—if we could even find one. Worse yet, we knew from experience that this install could easily take days to complete. So when we came across a new cover from DashSkin that was well under $200 and promised a quick and easy installation, we were intrigued. Check out the video to watch the full DashSkin install process start to finish.
What is so good about DashSkin?
- Much more affordable than buying a whole new dash
- Quick installation
- Perfect fit and finish
- Made in the USA
- Lifetime warranty
- Knowledgeable customer service who are easy to reach