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hi guyz

any idea how to remove the wrap , I tried to remove the wrap from a car and it caused me troubles , the paint went out with the film

any ideas to help in future to avoid such probs

your feedback is highly appreciated

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try to figure out what film was used, that will give you an idea of what you are messing with...the top manufactures have clean removal of their film for up to 5 years...so anyway, heat it up with a heat gun...it should ideally be around 80 degrees for removal, we get it a bit hotter...if you are pulling paint, you didn't heat it up enough or you are dealing with crap film...

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Guest wavepro

thanks for your reply , I used the oracal 970 cast film

try to figure out what film was used, that will give you an idea of what you are messing with...the top manufactures have clean removal of their film for up to 5 years...so anyway, heat it up with a heat gun...it should ideally be around 80 degrees for removal, we get it a bit hotter...if you are pulling paint, you didn't heat it up enough or you are dealing with crap film...
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