It's easier to work with than I thought it would be. If you prep the surface and apply it in a warm temperature, it is actually not too sticky. Once you apply the heat (hair dryer), it gets some real grip, but you can still pull it off. The biggest thing is having an extra pair of hands (or two). That allows you to lay it down tight, making it go a lot faster.Cronk said:How hard is that stuff to work with? I picture myself like a fly on a sticky trap.
The Planet is truly an inspiring place. I'm amazed at what gets done to these vehicles too.shaggydoink said:Wow, the projects people undertake here on the Planet never cease to amaze me! It looks like you're doing an amazing job so far, I can't wait to see the final results. May I ask how much the materials cost? I'm not sure if it would work well on my Trooper due to spots like the rain gutter, but I'm looking to do a color change at some point so exploring all of the different options.
They show up every now and then when you are laying it down. Just peel back the vinyl and they are gone. The vinyl actually has tiny air channels in it to help get the air out and prevent bubbles from forming.bradzuzu said:Do you get air bubbles at all ?? It looks just like paint...!!
Yep. Same stuff. As much as I think your Zu would look awesome in VW Mars Red, you are right about new paint on the trail. Also, since you are constantly making changes to your rig, a wrap would allow you to make any new body mod a perfect match.bradzuzu said:So that's the same stuff that the one fella put on his vx right ?? I need to price my paint to compare the costs of both products, it would be nice to know... The other thing I'd have to think about is new paint and off roading, I'd almost need to put the clear bra stuff on mine which in turn would be twice as expensive...!! Where are you getting the vinyl covering ??
Ahhh! I like what you did there! Either Ninja or Samurai, we still aspire to be JEDIs!! Haha!Toccoa said: