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I want to place wraps on my car for protection purposes.Is that good or an bad idea?If it is worthy then how much long time these wraps could be able to protect the body of my car? I took info from van wraps New York but still I am not be able to make any decision. Any suggestion please?
 

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Why waste a fortune on a paint job the wrap to protect it? Just wrap to start with and change when you tire of it.

Dangerous Joe :viking:
 

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I agree with Joe. If a paint job is worth protecting, why hide it. Isn't the reason you have a nice paint job is so it can be seen?
 

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I want to place wraps on my car for protection purposes.Is that good or an bad idea?If it is worthy then how much long time these wraps could be able to protect the body of my car? I took info from van wraps New York but still I am not be able to make any decision. Any suggestion please?
You wrap a bad paint job. You wrap a car to change color right now. Wrap can be removed later.
 

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I spoke to a specialist that does this for a living.

He said that they provide a clear removable film that protects the front from stone chips, swears by it as a good working product.
 

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I spoke to a specialist that does this for a living.

He said that they provide a clear removable film that protects the front from stone chips, swears by it as a good working product.
I have had this clear film stuck to the front of the hood on the Pontiac for about a year now, and it is barely visible, but sure does the job of protecting from stone chips.
 

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I have seen enough damage to paint from removing a wrap to never want one done to my car.
 
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