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      08-31-2011, 01:29 PM   #1
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where can i get my roof wrapped

where can i get my roof wrapped i have a 328xi coupe i live in longisland (hicksville 11801) i have the materiel i have 3m gloss black wrap i just need it installed now plase pm me or reply to this thanks.

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The DIY is pretty easy. Theres videos on youtube and DIY's on here.
Save the $$
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The DIY is pretty easy. Theres videos on youtube and DIY's on here.
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i would im just scared i will fuck it up
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The key is to properly saturate the surface and the underside of the vinyl. That way you wont be screwed once you lay it. You can reposition and then squeegee the liquid out and use the heat gun to set it
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The key is to properly saturate the surface and the underside of the vinyl. That way you wont be screwed once you lay it. You can reposition and then squeegee the liquid out and use the heat gun to set it
did you do it yourself also?
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Its easy trust me you can do it in like 1 hour. The surface isnt too complicated just
lay it down and get the bubbles off
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did you do it yourself also?
Not on my roof but I work with vinyl alot (Graphic Designer is my normal job)
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