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Cole2001

Insane boat wrap

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Cole2001

Wow check this out. Super custom, one of a kind wrap done by a local shop of mine. I don’t see many surf boats around me and to see one getting wrapped like this is sick. 
 

 

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Eagleboy99

Kida weird but nice.  If they were trying for vintage CHris Craft, they missed.

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Cole2001
5 minutes ago, Eagleboy99 said:

Kida weird but nice.  If they were trying for vintage CHris Craft, they missed.

Just read the description again. Apparently it matches the yacht. 

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Fffrank

Di-Noc is not intended for this application or for exposure to water.  It's an architectural film designed to wrap pillars, drywall, furniture, etc.  This is going to look really bad in a few years.

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Cole2001
3 hours ago, Fffrank said:

Di-Noc is not intended for this application or for exposure to water.  It's an architectural film designed to wrap pillars, drywall, furniture, etc.  This is going to look really bad in a few years.

Hmmm. I’m assuming these guys know what they’re doing. They wrap a ton of aluminum fishing boats and even some planes.  I’ll have to ask the owner about it next time I see him. 

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justgary

It's pretty much the same thing that tribal and brand name stickers are made from, and those have been on boats for a long time.  20 years for my boat alone, and they seem pretty stable.

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MadMan

I like it, would be sure to get some second looks.  And, I'm not one to keep my boat very clean.  This would hide a lot of lake scum.

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Raleigh

Love this wrap! How much does that run? Which shop did it? 

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Fffrank
On 10/18/2019 at 3:16 PM, justgary said:

It's pretty much the same thing that tribal and brand name stickers are made from, and those have been on boats for a long time.  20 years for my boat alone, and they seem pretty stable.

That's not true at all.  They are all 3M products and if you have a spare weekend you can try and figure out the various grades, adhesives and technologies in each of their lines.  It's nearly unlimited.  Some are intended to stick to fiberglass and be impervious to water forever -- some aren't.

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