fantastic work mate looks good! How much did it cost for you to do? (obviously you've got the skill to do it - i havent! Lol)
My line of work is vehicle livery (advertising) 'sky' vans etc. So i'm regular talking with trade reps, being forced to attend sign shows Heard about this product and blagged a few metres to try out, and was very impressed, as i've always been cautious of such products looking 'tacky'!
In my own time i've done various bits on friends cars, some evolution rear spoilers, and a few bits on a fiat 500.....and there all happy bunnys!!
I'm looking on ebay for a set of e46 dash trims to cover (pref smooth ones eg wood effect) then i'll post the results up.
Anyway sorry for waffling on...thanks for the positive comments and i'm glad you like the pics
Zigourney, joking aside, if you are able to remove your trim (easy, but you need to disconnect the battery for the airbag, and leave it disconected until its back together) post it to me and i will cover it for you, just cover the postage costs.
As i'm keen to get peeps feedback on this stuff and would love to do more of it
Bit of a thread revival here, the wrap looks awesomeand just what I need for the steering wheel and also my interior door handles as they are scratched really badly.
Is it more difficult to do on carbon cube due to it being textured and where can I get some from to have a go?
its not very hard to do, but if you are doing a couple of separate bits make sure you have the weave going the same direction other wise it will stand out,
Heres what i done ... http://www.bimmerforums.co.uk/forum/...al-and-t66089/
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