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when i bought my van the front & rear bumpers were colour coded

After a tough winter and me having a minor miss happ with a wall my bumpers have seen better days stone chips and a scrape
i am toying with the idea of having them now wrapped.

Is this a good idea???

to have them re sprayed it will cost a fortune but to have them wrapped seams to make sense.

has anyone had there bumpers wrapped i am thinking of a white carbon fibre look with a black carbon fibre bonned

or having the bumpers done in black carbon fibre and the bonnet in white carbon fibre

what do you think????
 

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hi dont know if its a good idea or not but my best mate does vehicle wraps so he would be a good person to talk to his number is 07974 100484 his name is barrie and he runs elite signs in bridgend south wales cheers.
 

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I wouldnt do a wrap on bumpers personally, but then then I do do spraying and airbrushing! I can respray your bumpers for £90 each if thats of any use to you?
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john
 

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odds of matching a paint colour with a suitable wrapping vinyl is very slim. the vinyl will chip like paint. your best bet for protection is to re-spray then apply the thicker clear stone chip vinyl to the areas that are getting damaged .
 

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odds of matching a paint colour with a suitable wrapping vinyl is very slim. the vinyl will chip like paint. your best bet for protection is to re-spray then apply the thicker clear stone chip vinyl to the areas that are getting damaged .
Bets answer to get a perfect match, but the vinyls do come in a hell of a lot of colours.

Its very durable and cheaper to replace and easier than spraying. T:
 
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