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#12737435 - 04/30/18 09:18 PM Boat wrap
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Registered: 08/11/09
Posts: 7811
Loc: Albany
Has anyone on here had a boat wrap removed? If so what was the cost and who did it for you?
Thanks

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#12737509 - 04/30/18 10:18 PM Re: Boat wrap [Re: 9094]
redmojo Offline
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Registered: 03/02/14
Posts: 754
I did it myself. Make sure it's got outside and wear gloves. If it's not hot bring a hair dryer to help you. We did it in under a hour on a 21ft. boat. Very easy.

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#12737791 - 05/01/18 08:54 AM Re: Boat wrap [Re: 9094]
B.Hollingshead Offline
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Registered: 03/11/09
Posts: 2096
Loc: ft.worth
All depends if they used glue on the seems or tape, Larry at Sun Valley fiberglass has removed mine wasn't much.
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#12738212 - 05/01/18 12:37 PM Re: Boat wrap [Re: 9094]
BaylorLipRipper Offline
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Registered: 08/05/09
Posts: 360
Loc: Plano, TX
I had a different wrap company that removed mine (in Lewisville), cost $400 and I wish I would have never taken that thing off. Still haven't compounded out all the glue residue.

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