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Old 12-29-2020, 12:47 PM   #1
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Vinyl Wraps, Do-It-Yourself

I have an older Class A (1999 model, 37 foot) showing Typical sun fading of original exterior finish. Am interested in applying a vinyl "wrap" to both sides, to freshen the appearance. The RV has relatively low miles on it, and I plan to hang onto it a few years. I am a frequent Do- it-Yourselfer, now in central Florida for the winter. Thinking of a patriotic red white and blue "Flag" theme of some kind. I tried "Google" seeking sources where I might be able to order the wraps, pre fabbed and ready for me to "cut in" (install) I see there are plenty of tint shops and such pretty much everywhere who will custom create and install whatever wrap you want.. Just wondering about suppliers who can create and ship me a generic "flag flapping in the wind design" wrap (for the sides only) for my Class A. I plan to paint the rear bubble.. I want some good material (3M or equivilant) I realize surface must be prepped for good adhesion and all. Would there happen to be any suppliers in my region I could contact ? any info would be appreciated..
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Old 12-29-2020, 02:28 PM   #2
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After a little research I just don't think you'll be happy long term with a wrap. If you only use half a year or so and then keep it under cover than maybe you'll get 10 years but you might look into the paint jobs being done in Mexico.
Here is a link to a long and successful paint job of one of the members here;
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