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Wrapping in the cold

Discussion in 'Vehicle Wraps' started by ronl1975, Feb 13, 2010.

  1. ronl1975

    ronl1975 Member

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    I live in Florida and this cold weather that we've had for 2 months is not normal (thank you global warming). Anyway, I dont have a climate controled bay and was curious to know of any tricks I should do to apply wraps easier in cold weather ?
     
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  2. CheapVehicleWrap

    CheapVehicleWrap Very Active Member

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    Well the old answer would be move to Florida. I guess California now?
     
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  4. ronl1975

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    wow thanks ! I can't beleive I'll be buying that ! haha
     
  5. TheSellOut

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    +1 for the "MR Heater"! Can I ask what "cold" is in Florida, temp wise?
     
  6. zapblam

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    its -25 celcius right now here. Often wrap city busses at a temp of 5-10 celcius (41f-50f) Cars in our shop get shipped out from a nice warm shop into -25c.

    Just takes longer, and you cant pull things back to reposition as quickly or it can crack the vinyl. And do a very healthy post heat.
     
  7. ronl1975

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    Heathsign. We have been in the 30's / 40's lol. I know I know.
     
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