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Get the look of 3M™ Matte Military Green film anywhere you can think of. Install it yourself on your car, truck or SUV and. Made for both interior and exterior wrapping applications, this film also features pressure sensitive, Controltac™ adhesives with air-channels for professional looking, bubble free results. Because these car wraps are a mere 3mil thick they conform well to the curves and corners of your ride. Sold by the foot in lengths of up to 10 yards.

Manufacturer Part Number: M26

3M™ Matte Military Green Vinyl Wraps 

  • Matte, Military Green film
  • Air-release adhesives with Controltac™ for bubble-free results
  • Dual cast, dual layer film won't discolor during installation
  • 7 Year Life Span
  • Sixty inches wide for no-seam wraps
  • Ideal for DIY crafting, vehicle interiors and exteriors, boats and use in vinyl cutters

1080 Series Matte Military Green Film

This 3M™ Matte Military Green film quickly and easily gives you that popular dipped look with the no mess installation and superior durability of vinyl. Wrap your dash, your car, truck, SUV or boat with this awesome 1080 film. You'll love the ease of installation and bubble-free results you'll get with this premium quality vinyl. And, best of al, if you've got a vinyl cutter for crafting, scrapbooking or sign-making you can use this 3M™ vinyl in it with no problems at all!

3M™ Matte Films for the Do-It-Yourselfer

3M™ Matte Military Green vinyl wraps are made just for you, the DIY installer. No need for any specialty tools, extra glues or toxic chemical fluids when you use 1080 Series films. Just follow the instructions that come with your order and you'll be ready to apply this pressure-sensitive, heat-activated vinyl in no time at all. Clean the surface, add some heat with a hair dryer and squeegee it on. Buy it by the foot and enjoy seamless results because this vinyl comes standard in sixty inch widths. Use it as a wrap, for crafting or even in your Cricut vinyl plotter-cutter!

1080 Series Matte Film Specifications

  • Color: Military Green
  • Finish: Matte  
  • Installation Temperature Range: +61°F (+16°C) minimum (air and substrate)
  • End Use Temperature Range: -6F to 225°F (-60°C to 107°C)
  • Adhesives: Pressure-activated with air-release channels
  • Substrate Types: Aluminum, paint
  • Recommended Uses: Automotive, Architectural, Marine (above static water-line), Signage
  • Conformability: Flat, compound, convex and concave curves
  • Thickness: 3.5 mil
  • Application Type: Dry

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I'm new to wrapping cars. I've only done signs, tshirts and decals which I use a vinyl cutter to do. I'm just curious as to if this is ideal for wrapping my motorcycle tank, fenders and plastics? What is need besides the vinyl to do this? Thanks in advance for answering my questions as I'm sure there ignorant questions lol. But just want to make sure I order everything I need.
Armybike March 19, 2020 11:46 PM
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ArmyBike, There is no such thing as a silly question! We actually have a very detailed resource section which covers pretty much all the questions you have about wrapping bikes. You can find it here: Wrap Resources Since you seem to work with sings, you should have most of the basic tools needed for wraps. Wrapping a tank is pretty advanced, I would start with something flatter and simpler so you can get the hang of working with the material. Feel free and reach out to us if you have additional questions not answered in the resource section. Philip
Rvinyl Product Guru March 20, 2020 6:31 AM