3M™ 2080 Series Satin Pearl White film gives you the lustrous and luxuriant look of mother of pearl wherever you want it. Made for both indoor and outdoor use, you can wrap your truck, SUV, car, bike, boat or anything with a hard, non-porous surface and do it seamlessly since this film comes standard in a 60-inch width. Use it to wrap your interior trim as a dash wrap or for refacing cabinets...
3M™ Satin Vampire Red film lets you add the look and feel of Nosferatu to your hearse, coffin, car or funeral home. Made for both interior and exterior applications, this Series 2080 film is ideal for do-it-yourselfers and is the new and improved replacement for 1080 Vampire Red. At 3.5 mil thick you’ll love how easy it is to install this wrap film made with Controltac™ technology and...
Want that dipped look in an attractive pink? If so you’ll love this very Dennison® SW 900 Satin Awesome Orchid Supreme Wrapping film! We’re sure you al know what awesome means but you may not know that an orchid is widely considered to be the most evolved of all flowering plants? Who knows how they figured that out but the important part is that this film give you a soft, pink look that is...
Once upon a time, the only time you'd see anything approaching a satin finish
was when someone had primed their car or truck prior to painting it. Jump to the
21st Century and, like so many other things that just weren't cool, the
satin-look is where it's at. At this point you may be saying, "Okay, I get that
the satin, dipped look is popular right now but what's the difference between
satin and matte vinyl wraps?" And, to tell the truth, you wouldn't be alone
which is why you should keep reading.
In short, Matte, Gloss and Satin refer to the sheen a paint, or in our case, a
vinyl wrap has on its surface. Unsurprisingly, the more sheen, the more the vinyl will reflect light and seem to shine.
Naturally, Gloss vinyl films deliver the highest sheen, while Matte films have very little
to virtually no sheen.
In paints as well as with cast wrap films, sheen is a pretty good indicator of stain resistance
and ease of maintenance. Glossy finishes are much more stain-resistant than
Satin and Matte ones. Gloss is also very easy to wipe down and wash, while
low-gloss paints take a little more effort to clean. A good quality satin may be more stain-resistant and washable than a low-quality semi-gloss.
A real downside to Gloss vinyl wraps is their reflectivity which make imperfections much more obvious than low-sheen
(think Matte or Satin) vinyl. A Satin (or “eggshell” in the world of paints) finish is much more forgiving than a
PVC films with more sheen.
3M™ and Avery Dennison® Supreme Wrapping Satin films give you the look of dip
without the mess and in a format that can't be easily peeled off, ruining hours
of work in seconds and wasting hundreds of dollars too. Whether you choose a
Satin Fluorescent wrap from 3M™ or a pearlescent SW900 Satin Pearl White film,
we've got dozens of Satin wraps to choose from. And, whichever you choose you
can count on them to give you air-release adhesives in a wide, sixty-inch width
so you get pro-grade results even if you've never wrapped anything before.
Once you've finished your wrap job, don't forget to snap
five or more pics, write up a quick 3 to 4 line review and send them to us by
email or our convenient upload form.
Next, just wait to receive your Cash Back refund rebate of up to $20 and look for
your photos on YouTube, our site and Facebook page.