Don't know the details, found them on social media pages for a company out of toronto called CarBox industries. @Frio, the owner below might be able to answer this.Hey Ryder, do you know what kind of clear plastic wrap it is? Did you wrap your bike? Are you happy with the results? Does it cloud the paint in any way? thank you
Good to see you're protecting your investmentHmm, I think that one looks familiar
You could try asking the shop that is working on his H2, they might provide some https://www.facebook.com/CarboxIndustriesFrio, could you please tell me the details about the plastic wrap? The photo looks like the paint isn't clouded in anyway. Is it that way in real life? Did you do the installation yourself, or hire someone to do it? Could you tell me what brand the plastic is, the thickness, the warranty, how long it would last, and if it can be replaced (safely) with no damage to the paint? If a person wanted to cover all of the painted surfaces, how much plastic would a person need? Is it possible to plan the seams to be in an area where it isn't seen al that much?
We need a rule about drinking and posting.
Glad to hear that.I picked up the bike today, the shop has done a fantastic work.
The film is completely invisible, you have to get very close to the bike to see the few places where it had to be cut.
The color is absolutely identical between the parts covered with the film and the parts that weren't, and the whole bike (all the painted parts) has been coated with a product named "Ceramic Pro".
I can only recommend this...