Project BluMajik Vinyl Wrap Update
Our 1995 Ford F-350’s makeover continues with insights on vinyl wraps from the pros who do it.
It seems we're "learning something new" every time we venture out to Raceskinz in Simi Valley, California, to check the status of Project BluMajik's vinyl-wrap makeover. For readers who are just becoming aware of the effort to upgrade our 1995 Ford F-350 crew-cab dually, search TruckTrend.com for "Project Big White" stories.
At this point, there are several, and reading them will bring you up to speed on the makeover, from how it all started to where things currently stand.
This report is exclusively videocentric, and it's loaded with great insights on several facets of vinyl wrapping, including Tirell Smith's comments on measuring vehicles, and his brother, Mike Smith, reiterating the importance of "clean," and providing details some of the intricacies there are in applying vinyl to parts with unconventional shapes and angles, like dually fenders.
Mike's clip is a bit longer, but his information, which includes the importance of properly applying vinyl and how care—or neglect—impact a wrap's longevity, is helpful for anyone considering having a truck wrapped.