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    Default Car wrap - want your opinion, please

    Hi everyone, Wanted to ask your opinion about something. I've got a 2014 F-250, which I use both for fishing and hunting, and as a daily driver. Now, I think or wrapping it with a sort of special automotive wrap that won't allow me scratch when I go outdoors. Now, it s not a question of teh car wrap brand or something. Anyways I'll have a shop do the job for me, and I am sure they will recommend me the wraps to choose among.
    If that is the vehicle, that already has tiny scratches on it, and I go fishing 2-3 times a month, won't that wrap cause rust?
    That is the main concern... Any ideas/comments on that are appreciated!

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    I would think it should seal the scratches. No air no rust



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    Ask the shop that would do the install.
    GO BIG ORANGE !

    I meant to behave, but there were just way too many other options available at the time.

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    I saw on one of the car shows that a good wrap cost as much as a good paint job.

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    Okay, here's the truck I wanted to repeat after.
    The picture is not mine, ....
    Last edited by Slab; 12-30-2017 at 06:23 AM.

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    Dragon,

    Here's my answer. I don't really think my opinion should matter.

    If this is something you really want, I SAY GO FOR IT!
    What time is it?? IT'S CRAPPIE TIME!!

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    What he said

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    Wraps normally run 9-14.00 a square foot, design and installed.

    We print lots of wraps, never seen a rust problem.

    Slap a wrap on it, drive through all the brush you want. When you go to sell it, pull the wrap and you still have the paint job you started out with.

    Lots of customers are doing it just for paint protection.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Redge View Post
    Wraps normally run 9-14.00 a square foot, design and installed.

    We print lots of wraps, never seen a rust problem.

    Slap a wrap on it, drive through all the brush you want. When you go to sell it, pull the wrap and you still have the paint job you started out with.

    Lots of customers are doing it just for paint protection.


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    Drive a ford 200,000 and paint want matter on resale lol .
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