Tag: 3M 1080

  • Honda Day 2013

    Honda Day 2013

    Honda Day is just around the corner and if you’re looking to do something that stands out from all of the other cars at the show, getting a car wrap may just work for you. A carbon fiber or brushed metal finish to trimming such as your mirror or door handles will give your Honda…

  • Vinyl vs. Paint

    Vinyl vs. Paint

    People often ask why someone would want to wrap their car compared to having it painted. My answer is: Changing the color of your car will de-value the price if you ever want to sell or trade it in. Painting your car at a good body shop can take over a week depending if you…

  • Carbon Fiber Vinyl

    Carbon Fiber Vinyl

    Carbon fiber vinyl is a great way to add style to your vehicle without the high price tag. It looks like the real thing and it even has the texture. Unless you plan on racing or reduce the weight of your car, a carbon fiber wrap is the way to go. Wrapping your vehicle with…

  • Brushed Steel Kia Soul

    Brushed Steel Kia Soul

    Here’s a 2010 Alien Green Kia Soul wrapped with 3M 1080 Series Brushed Steel. What I love about this material is that it is textured so you get the look and feel of a brushed metal trim. With this car, the trunk lid, gas lid, door handles, mirrors, and hood was wrapped with this amazing…

  • Matte Black Scion tC

    Matte Black Scion tC

    Here’s my 2007 Scion tC. Original color was Nautical Blue but I decided to change it to Matte Black. The new matte finish and carbon fiber hood and trunk lid definitely changes the car’s style. This vehicle was wrapped by 3M’s 1080 Series Matte Black and Anthracite Carbon Fiber Film.