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Best way to deal with damaged paint before wrapping?

Discussion in 'Vehicle Wraps' started by simpson246, Sep 6, 2012.

  1. simpson246

    simpson246 Member

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    Hi all, just a quick question, what is the best way to deal with paint that is damaged (down to the lacquer) before wrapping?

    Is it best not to wrap it altogether or is there something that can be done to stop the paint becoming even more damaged if the wrap is removed?

    thanks,
     
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  2. dolce05

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    without getting too into it. We have people sign at least 4 different forms upon leaving a deposit. This covers us the vendor and the customer as well.


    Its like when you buy a new car , you actually sign a million things. One of them is that the dealer or the car manufacturer did not MAKE the tires on the car and can not be responsible for any damages they might cause.
     
  3. Mike F

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    +1, don't even look at it funny until the customer has signed a waiver stating you're not responsible for any damage. Can't really give you any tips other than that.
     
  4. simpson246

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    thanks all :)
     
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