3M™ Scotchlite™ 5100 - Black Reflective
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Manufacturer Part Number: 5100-85

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3M™ 5100 Series Reflective Black wrap film is the perfect way to add a touch of distinction and bling to your ride. Black in the daytime, this reflective film glows bright white at night when headlights and street lights cast their beams on it. Perfect for caliper wraps since it is a high-heat film. Perfect for the DIY installer because it has air-release channels in its adhesives and uses Controltac™ technology to help you get the film on right the first time.

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Starting at $11.99

    3M™ 5100 Series Reflective Black wrap film is the perfect way to add a touch of distinction and bling to your ride. Black in the daytime, this reflective film glows bright white at night when headlights and street lights cast their beams on it. Perfect for caliper wraps since it is a high-heat film. Perfect for the DIY installer because it has air-release channels in its adhesives and uses Controltac™ technology to help you get the film on right the first time.

    5100-85
    Manufacturer Part Number: 5100-85
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    I’m needing black reflective tape or wrap. Needs to be about 1’’ x 10’ or so. Needs to be thick and flexible. I’m restoring an old Trans Am and the metal trim around the top of the t tops has faded out. So I need a product that can bend 90 degrees and not make a mess. Which of your black reflective tape do you recommend? Thanks Don Howell dhowellpmi@yahoo.com
    Dhowellpmi September 4, 2021 11:08 PM
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    Dhowellpmi, Typically customers use a gloss black or matte black wrap film for that area. Reflective film has glass beads built into the film that give it that special reflective property. Really cool looking, but harder to conform to curves. It can make a 90 degree bend, but it also depends on the contours. You can heat stretch it to an extent, but you are going to want to use some adhesive promoters to improve adhesion. You can check out the ones we offer here: Wrap Adhesion Promoters
    Rvinyl Product Guru September 14, 2021 4:53 PM
    I'd just planned to put a couple strips on the black bumper of my truck. Being the knucklehead that I am, I was hoping to see an instructional video of how to properly apply the stuff. What does the heat gun do for it? Would I have to stretch anything?
    Robert Nowell January 8, 2021 6:37 PM
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    Robert, You generally only need a heat gun to help conform the film around curves. It softens the film, helps stretch it if necessary and promotes adhesion. It also depends on how large a strip. Covering your entire bumper will be very difficult if not impossible with reflective film. A thin 1-4" strip, should conform without issue.
    Rvinyl Product Guru January 12, 2021 3:59 PM