VViViD Gloss Chrome Silver Vinyl Wrap Adhesive Film Roll Air Release DIY Decal Sheet 6" x 60" Silver Chromesilvervinyl6x60
- The most authentic chrome vinyl on the market and exlusive to VviViD Vinyls offers a cheap and easy-to-use alternative to paint.
- VViViD wrap films conforms to contours and can stretch up to 200% (30% or less is suggested for optimal performance), making installation a simple process, even for beginners.
- The acrylic-based adhesive backing features VViViD Air Release and Heat Fuse technologies to support the DIY'ers and the professional look of the completed quality. Never worry about bubbles or creases when wrapping!
- Sticks to any clean, smooth surface with no mess and no added products necessary. Solvent-based, repositionable, permanent adhesive. This vinyl is expected to easily last 5-7 years outdoors.
- This vinyl can be installed using 3M 94 Primer and 3M Edge sealer to products will promote adhesion and add life to your vinyl (not included).
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The VViViD Chrome finish Vinyl Collection offers beautiful colors in a film that is made to replicate a true high gloss chrome finish and offers a cheaper, simpler alternative to paint. With a micro-finished surface, the high-gloss film is easy to clean, maintain and install and features a scratch, grime, dirt and water-resistant finish. The acrylic-based, air release adhesive is repositionable and removable, making any wrap project a breeze. (Please note: For exterior applications, the vinyl will require post-wrap lamination. For automotive applications and car wrap projects, its recommended that you use VViViD Supercast Conform Chrome Vinyl)
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This vinyl was way tougher and more scratch resistant than I expected, meaning even my clumsy first attempt gave remarkable results. It didn't stretch as much as I expected, but I suspect that's because the only heat source I had to work with was a basic hair dryer. Using an actual heat gun, I imagine it would stretch much farther and more easily. Best of all, it took beautifully to top coats of sealant. Though vinyl is usually a sensitive surface and tends to turn tacky when exposed to solvent-based paints, I was able to apply clear lacquers over this to achieve a variety of effects, both without damaging the vinyl and without losing the stunning reflective properties. I used this to my advantage for several smaller projects. I used several different methods for these; applying matte lacquer over it to create a gorgeous brushed metal look, using gloss lacquer to create a toothy texture to add pearl pigments, and sealing with lacquer and then coating with high gloss polyester resin for a permanent, durable sheen. I also found it works great with candy color transparent acrylics, letting me create custom candy finishes on models in colors that aren't available as vinyl wrap on their own.
It's been weeks since I did these and though some of the weapon props get handled and roughed around while they're transported and used for photo shoots, the vinyl looks just as good as the day I put it on.
After such a great experience working with this stuff in small scale, I'm discussing a VViViD vinyl wrap with my dad as customization for one of his project cars and we're both excited at the prospect.
Some reviews state that it doesn't conform even with heat, I'm almost 100% certain that those who can't get it to stretch around corners have not removed the clear top sheet.
If you still can't get it to form around edges after removing the top layer than you may have gotten counterfeit cheap Chinese wrap.
I'm using it as a temporary fix for the grill parts on my 1951 Ford Shoebox, it came out really nice. Will upload pictures when I get a chance.