I'm hoping it does! I don't imagine it'll be a problem. For easy removal down the road the generous film thickness will be key on the MIC since it's textured.
In my experience it sticks to most anything, just needs to be clean. My main thought with the MIC is no permanent changes needed to apply the product. Unlike paint where you'll be scuffing/sanding priming and never be able to get it back to original.Do you think it would stick to the MIC?
If it hasn’t been answered how did u stick it back onmy recommendation is not to do large pieces or multiple things around the car, it'll start looking cheap. my brother did various parts on his Ram that were chrome. it started looking off and cheap. over time it started going greyish and it looks very beat up.