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Question Anyone know anything about "Inozetek" vinyl?

Discussion in 'Vehicle Wraps' started by KatePhillips, Oct 29, 2020.

  1. KatePhillips

    KatePhillips Member

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    Hey crew, we've been asked a few times about ordering in Inozotek vinyl for a vehicle wrap, but we can't find too much info about it online aside from a few reviews about the gloss finish and colours. We're in Canada so it's foolish expensive to get, and we don't do a lot of full wraps like this.

    Has anyone used this product before? If so, how did you find it in terms of install/working with? Worth the $$?
     
  2. Gino

    Gino Premium Subscriber

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    Don't know anything, but that was some tutorial they have. Great looking stuff !!
     
  3. ProColorGraphics

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    On some of the wrap pages of facebook it is starting to get more use. From those that I have sent that tried it, they like it!
     
  4. rydods

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    The wrap institute has some new videos if you're a member. I just finished wrapping a truck with a roll. A few things...

    -You can only purchase direct and you need to be an experienced installer to log in and purchase. They asked for several photos, Instagram, web site, facebook for proof.

    -20 yd rolls only from what I could gather.

    -Very nice finish. The gloss was very glossy. Has a clear top protecting sheet. Clear back liner. Installs similar to oracal, heat is your friend but not too much. It' pretty thick. It is a mixture of Calendar and Cast. It shrinks with heat even before you stretch it so in some cases it wraps itself.

    It took me a bit to get the feel for it but over all not a bad product but the install time took quite a bit longer. I'd say 25% - 50% longer for me. Horizontal surfaces even more time and I would highly recommend an extra set of hands for them.

    Hope this helps.
     
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