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19 foot american flag boat wrap went wrong

Discussion in 'Vehicle Wraps' started by shadi75, Aug 24, 2019.

  1. Dave Byrne

    Dave Byrne It's 5 o'clock somewhere

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  2. Dave Byrne

    Dave Byrne It's 5 o'clock somewhere

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    Never go all the way down on Boats..
     
  3. Modern Ink Signs

    Modern Ink Signs Premium Subscriber

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    ikarasu

    I’m referring to those of us that TESTED for their certification and continue it. As you called it level 3.
     
  4. JTBoh

    JTBoh I sell signage and signage accessories.

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    You used the correct materials, the product sheet states "Long-term, outdoor signage, complex fleet and vehicle graphics, marine and motorsport wraps".
    You did everything you were contracted to do, and you have documentation to back that up.

    Once it's out the door, that's their problem - don't let this guy take you for anything. Shady as hell that he'd even try.
     
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  5. datoshway

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    The red paint under the wrap looks strange. Almost looks like antifouling paint.
     
  6. JasonToledo

    JasonToledo New Member

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    Will you get more business by replacing it?
     
  7. crystalcoastgraphics

    crystalcoastgraphics Member

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    Nothing wrong with wrapping the boat to the area in which it is wrapped to. Looks to be no edge sealer. I understand that manufacturers suggest stopping at the static water line but that is to cover there ***. As long as the wrap is cut short of the turn to go onto the bottom leaving enough room to seal it, it is fine. Done 100’s of boats this way. Never an issue if sealed correctly.
     
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