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Vinyl EVO X

Vinyls, Decals & Graphic Ext/Interior Modifications.

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Postby lukeaday » Wed Jun 02, 2010 1:33 pm

chilled wrote:i love it! Is the vynil more resistant to scratches?


I would have to say no.
The problem with vinyl is that if you get a stone chip or scratch it is hard to repair as you can not polish it out.
Even worse with Matt Black as you can not wash it too hard as you may put some uneven gloss levels into the surface.

On another note. I would be more than happy to wrap cars for you guys!!!
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Re: Vinyl EVO X

Postby Gargis@86 » Wed Aug 30, 2017 5:02 pm

I think vinyl vehicle wraps are pretty good in comparison to repainting. Moreover the wraps are long lasting so it is a value for money thing. I have been using wraps for a couple of years on my classic car and haven’t faced any issue yet.

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Re: Vinyl EVO X

Postby ReeceCozaa » Wed Aug 30, 2017 5:17 pm

i've just started to use plastidip removable wraps and oh my gosh is it so entertaining
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