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Old     (gpd005)      Join Date: May 2013       05-22-2013, 1:38 PM Reply   
I know a lot of people have heard of wrapping a boat to give it a new fresh look but not everyone realizes just how the process works. Since i just have my boat done I figured i would give a little step by step guide of how it all goes down. This is my second boat to have wrapped and i couldn't be happier with how they both turned out. It is a easy way to make an older boat look much much better.

We started by removing all the old lettering using heat to get all the old adhesive off and removing the tower, cleats, swim platform, and anything else that might get in the way. Then you clean, clean, and clean some more. We wiped the boat down with alcohol several times to be sure the surface is totally clean of any dust or anything that would cause the wrap to bubble up. This is the most tedious and most over looked step of a boat wrap.
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