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      01-23-2014, 03:42 PM   #1
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New color to wrap your trim.

Not new, but new to me. I just finished removing my carbon fiber wrap and re wrapped my trim in brushed black. Man it looks good!
If you are interested in having your trim wrapped send me a message.



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Is there a sparkle in the brushed black? I have the brushed steel 1080 and the sparkle in it drives me nuts. Also ordered avery brushed steel and it also has the sparkle. The only brushed metal vinyl I can find that doesn't have the sparkle is the aluminum and I think it's too much contrast.

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I wish there was a black chrome wrap. I'd do it in a heartbeat.
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There is, just not in the stuff that he carries. I got a sample of it, looks pretty decent.

http://www.metrorestyling.com/Metro-...-p/chrmblk.htm
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They do have it, you just may have to order a full roll from China or something. I've gotten samples of black chrome from some Chinese vinyl suppliers.

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Probably. I've gotten brushed black from 3M, avery, and a couple of no name brands (Chinese) and all have had the sparkle. They all pretty much look indistinguishable from each other.

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There is no sparkle in the 3M 1080 brushed black.
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