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Most people think all neon vinyl is the same but most people (as usual) are wrong. Figure out which brand and series of fluorescent vinyl you need for your next project or application with today's blog post.
How to chose between these leading calendered vinyl films for your next sign or craft project? Does ORACAL® 651 Intermediate last longer than Avery™ HP750? Which is better? Check out today's post and see for yourself.
Trying to figure out the difference between ORACAL® 651 Intermediate Cal and 951 Premium Cast vinyl films? We're here to help. We've come up with a handy infographic that tells you everything you need to know about these great craft and sign vinyl films.
What's the difference between ORACAL® 651 and 631 vinyl films? In this quick guide we'll look at the key differences and how they are meant for different uses.
The Rvinyl team had a brush with greatness the other day when Good Morning America stopped by to pick up a roll of our Gloss Atomic Teal to wrap Kelsea Ballerini's guitar for her performance of "Unapologetically."
We all know paint is dead but in some cases you really should consider spraying it instead of laying it. Today's post will walk you through some of these cases and give you an idea of your options.
Proper cleaning and preparation of your installation space and vehicle are two things DIY installers often overlook but are a must if you want to get good results. Check out today's post and learn how to clean your ride like a pro and avoid wasting costly vinyl wrap film.
The final step in any successful vinyl vehicle wrap is post-heating. Never heard of it? You're not alone. The post-heat technique is pretty much known only to the pros but now you too can learn how to apply this pro-grade technique to your own vinyl wrap applications.
In today's post, we'll show you how to use a heat gun like a pro. Most DIY wrap installers try to do without this tool but if there's one thing you need to wrap it's a heat gun. Read this blog post and then watch the two videos at the end.
Want to know the one secret that separates the pros from the amateurs? It's the Germa-developed technique of cold pre-stretching. Check out today's post and up your wrap game.
Chrome trim looked great in the 50s but nowadays most people are looking for something a little less shiny and gaudy. Luckily for you , chrome delete wraps from 3M™ and Rwraps™ make blacking out and hiding unsightly chrome trim easy as pie!
When you want to wrap your car, truck, boat, SUV or just about anything else, you want 3M™ 1080 Series films. Made by a company with an unparalleled reputation, you'll love the look and performance of these DIY car wrapping films.