Subaru’s first 40 years in the US certainly had its ups and downs and , for
most of that time, Subaru was not very successful. In fact, it took 50 years
before the company turned a profit. So, why stay in business for that long if
the idea of a business is to make money? Love. Subaru is in love with making its
award-winning vehicles and this love has finally delivered it to the pinnacle of
sales and performance. In fact, Subaru just won Kelley Blue Book's 2017
Most-Trusted Brand Award which is some great icing on the cake.
Subaru has remained steadfast in their goal of supplying the market with cost-efficient, safe vehicles to satisfy the growing needs of American families and adventure seekers
and have been rewarded handsomely for it so shouldn't you do the same? When it
comes to wrapping your Subie, put your trust in a company who's been there for
years like 3M™ or Rwraps™ and get a complete color change vehicle wrap today!
Just use this simple formula to figure out how much wrap film you need to
wrap your Subaru. Multiply the length of your ride by three (one for each side and the roof, hood and trunk)
and then add an
extra 5 to 10 feet for bumpers, rocker panels, spoilers and mistakes. The
following example should help:
Please note: Subaru vehicle wraps are meant for application
only on OEM paint jobs.
Subaru vehicle wraps are designed to be used it right out of the box
without overlaminate or any special glues or fluids. Engineered with double
color layers, you can depend on them
not to discolor or deform even when applied around the most extreme of curves unlike
calendered sign vinyl. You'll love the convenience of our professional
grade cast films!
When you wrap your Subaru with Rwraps™ or Series 1080 vinyl
wraps don't forget to take great pics of your work because when you send 5 or 6
high-quality photos into us you can get cash back! That's right when you submit
your pictures and a review we'll give you a refund of up to $20 plus we'll post
your pics to our site so you get a little fame with your fortune too!
Post-heating is one of the most importance but most often
forgotten 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
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. Still,
it's never a simple as buying a heat gun and turning it on.
Check out our article here and learn all the tricks of the
Want to know the one secret that separates the pros from the amateurs? It's the German-developed technique of cold pre-stretching
vinyl vehicle wraps. Check out today's post and up your wrap game.
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