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nice work... how easy is taht product to work with. Would you recommend it.

Keep in mind this is the only wrap vinyl I've ever used, that being said. I think it's pretty easy to work with, you can heat and stretch it pretty far without out distorting it. My only concern is, I think the adhesive could be a little more aggressive. Without ever trying any of the other 3D carbon films out there, I'd recommend it. I'd like to try some 3M Di-Noc before giving a 100% recommend it though.

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primer for sure... i got a sample of the carbon vinyl to compare it to 3M di-noc. the di-noc is PVC and the other is VINYL. dont know what difference it will make but the vinyl is lots easier to install, its shiny black compaired to the di-noc which is more gray/carbon colored.

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