Good point, my teledials are properly mullered now any way, scabby things.
The sheets are very pliable under heat, so may have some side effect and there is the cleaning part, to a degree that it would have to be clean enough to eat your lunch off.
dtone : how did you get the shell off the mirror, that would solve my issues, that was the problem i was having on my bike.
I do have picture on how I done it on the Alfa,I guess not relevant to your bike but here it is.
Now before I explain, any damages you occur during this process is your own act and I cannot take responsible.Use it as a guide but it is at your own risk.
Now because I dont know what your bike looks like I am going to assume that there is a gap between the actual mirror and wing mirror itself.
Now you should be able to prise it off with a flat screwdriver,the wider the better. Make sure you can put the screwdriver as far in as possible if not thenr you will crack it(I know I done it
Now you need to do this gently if not then you have to by a new set of mirror in fleebay but probably not expensive maybe £5 each.
Once you have take the mirror out inside you will see some sort of clips that holds the mirror cap.
You must and i will repeat you must clean it thoroughly specially the end or the rim of the cap as well as the inside. Dirt or dust is your biggest enemy and will increase the chances of failure.
One tip assuming you have applied the carbon and trimmed and tuck it inside,before you put it back re apply the heat back on the vinyl that's been tuck on the inside in a small area for a few seconds, reaffirm by pushing and rub your thumb to make sure it is stuck to the inside. I would say a minimum of 1cm vinyl tuck inside
This should be done always on the edge on any vinyl you have applied reassuring that the edge of the vinyl is completely stuck on properly.
Hope that helps
Here is one I did in carbon for a red Alfa 147,owner and photograph by Jezzaa