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3M™ Neon Fluorescent Car Wraps

When you want the eye-popping look of Fluorescent Neon in a sophisticated and ever-popular flat finish, look no further than 3M™  Made with the same Controltac™ technology as other premium Series 1080 wrap film, you'll love the heat- activated, pressure-sensitive wraps that go on smooth and bubble-free. Perfect for the DIY installer and available in a wide, sixty-inch width and in roll lengths of up to ten yards.

Neon Fluorescent Film Specs

1080 Series 3M™ Satin Fluorescent Neon vinyl wrap films are made for use it right out of the box. And, even though you don't need to print or apply an overlaminate, we recommend that you do add one if you intend to keep your vehicle in direct sunlight since fluorescent films fade more quickly than other colors. Fabricated form high-quality, cast film for dimensional stability and durability, you can depend on them not to discolor or deform even around the craziest of curves.

  • Dual cast fluorescent vinyl
  • Pressure-sensitive, heat-activated
  • Invisible, air-drain adhesives
  • Sold by the foot in 60 inch rolls so you can wrap anything without seams
  • Semi-permanent and removable

Fluorescent Films and Fading

Neon Fluorescent colored vinyls fade much faster than normal vinyl colors and can fade in less than three months in direct sunlight. Heat-stretched areas tend to fade faster than "non-stretched" areas but overlaminating with clear vinyls designed to reduce the effects of UV light can double the fade resistance life. Keeping out of direct sunlight in the highest UV parts of the day will help. Horizontal (top) areas tend to fade faster than the vertical (side) areas.

Recommended Applications

The list below should give you an idea of some of the many uses of our Neon Fluorescent films. Clearly, there are hundreds more but here are some of the most common:

  • Solid color vehicle detailing
  • Standard vehicle graphics, detailing and decoration,
  • Multiple layered of graphics
  • Commercial vehicle and fleet graphics, emblems or striping
  • Watercraft graphics applied above the static water line only

Cleaning and Prepping for Wraps

The Importance of Preparation

Proper cleaning and preparation of your installation area as well as your vehicle itself are often overlooked by DIY installers but are absolute musts 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.


Why You Need to Post-Heat

Don't Forget to Post-Heat or Your Wrap Is Toast

Post-heating is one of the most important yet forgotten steps of vinyl installation by DIY installers. Whenever you're wrapping anything with a curve, corners or creases, you need to use this technique if you want the film to perform and give you professional-looking results.


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Reviews | 25 Reviews

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Great quality 3M vinyl
by TexJeep, South Texas 5.00

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I picked this color because I wanted it to pop on my jeep, and man did it pop!
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by Cal, 5.00

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Its like the regular neon but not as much of a visual punch if that makes sense.

by Cal, 4.25

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For the price i just wish it lasted longer in the elements. Mostly for show cars id say.


4.94 | 25 Reviews