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who has bulked a full hood on a 2015 suburban?


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  • 2 weeks later...

Idk about xpel. But it's usually the same on any good tpu film.

We just finished a job of 60 suburbans and what we do is wet the film and surface really well and make sure you have a good slippery solution cause you're stretching.

Tack the film on the top of the hood near the windshield right and left. Then tack on front leading edge of fender then headlights and grill.

Make sure you have a helping hand to fix any creases as you have to try to lay it down flat as much as possible.

It's pretty easy. Looks more difficult that it really is. I'm sure you managed well ;)

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Idk about xpel. But it's usually the same on any good tpu film.

We just finished a job of 60 suburbans and what we do is wet the film and surface really well and make sure you have a good slippery solution cause you're stretching.

Tack the film on the top of the hood near the windshield right and left. Then tack on front leading edge of fender then headlights and grill.

Make sure you have a helping hand to fix any creases as you have to try to lay it down flat as much as possible.

It's pretty easy. Looks more difficult that it really is. I'm sure you managed well ;)

 

What is your preferred slip and tack solution in this case?

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