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Old 05-08-2017, 11:05 AM   #1
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Default 1999 3300 scr wrapped my cabinets.

Just thought I'd share my project with you guys. Before and afters.
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Old 05-08-2017, 11:23 AM   #2
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Turned out nice, how long did it take and how much did the material cost?
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That looks great!! What is the process like? Did you do it yourself or hire someone?
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Oooh! Purty!

Please post details on material and process!
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It took me and a good friend of mine 2 days to do it. We removed all the doors and door knobs. Also took all drawers out. As you can see I also did the fridge panel to match.

The hardest part is getting it on without any bubbles. Sometimes you need to use a hair dryer to warm it up a little. We used a squeegee with a felt edge on it to apply it. The soft edge helps to not leave any marks. Exacto knife and other razor blades for the trimming. There are YouTube videos of diff tips and tricks.

It's a vinyl wrap made by vvivid. I purchased it off eBay that was the cheapest place I found it. Got 48" x 44' for $196 shipped.
Professional quality Rose wood grain knotty 22ft x 48" pre-laminated vinyl wrap | eBay

I was quite surprised at what little amount of info was on the internet about wrapping boat cabinets. In my opinion it the only way to go to upgrade the look and old fashion style of a dated interior. Mine wasn't bad just wanted a change. Hope this helps others.

I also believe it was worth the price and I've probably got 10+ ft leftover. We also messed up a few big pieces.
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So how did you wrap the doors, leave the inside origional with about an inch of the material wrap over?
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Yes I left the inside original and let some overhang to do the sides. I guess you easily do the inside of the doors.
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Two more pics of the cabinet with radio and a.c.. Sorry for mess. Was pretty much right after I finished up. Can take closer pics if anyone wants. The mess of wires was an amp I was installing in there.
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Looks fantastic! Thanks for sharing! I will have a fun project next winter now!
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Good job. I might of gone for a different finish though. It's got me thinking now!!!
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