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Old 08-01-2019, 03:44 PM
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Default How long does the material used for car wraps hold up?

I want some wraps on my car.I want to know about the concept of wraps that either they are effective in car body protection or not.And if they are good then ho long does the material used for car wraps hold up?I get info about these wraps from NY truck wraps but still not be able to make any decision. Any suggestion please?
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Old 08-01-2019, 05:31 PM
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A couple years.

I think most companies recommend a re-do every year to three years.

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If looking for a paint protective film, most companies (Sun Tek, 3M, Xpel, Llumar, etc.) have 10 yr warranties. Installers will tell you that depending on conditions/environment you can't wait more than 5 yrs to replace it without a major PITA to remove it.


Comparo.... https://exclusivedetail.com/best-paint-protection-film/
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