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Many installers have experienced the frustration of having to wrap a door handle cap with tons of adhesive lines. red vinyl wrap This technique will eliminate adhesive lines from handle cups and improve job quality. It also saves time, especially when you need to change the color. Let's first look at what could happen if this technique wasn't used. Then, let us show you how you can use it to avoid those problems. We will use a standard method to install a door handle cup. First, we will remove the material from the area and then bridge it around. Next, prepare our application glove and proceed to work around the panel as normal.

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It is known that adhesives have been modified in recent years. This is the standard method that has been used for years. red vinyl wrap We use an overlapping finger stroke to force the material and air out evenly. There are no bubbles. red vinyl wrap However, because the adhesive has changed, the film will set up at the edges every time we squeegee it. It is no longer adaptable. Wrapping a van with a cup handle that is very steep on one side is a common procedure. We cut the side where the groove is for the handle, then we hold the material and finish the job. If you do it this way, however, you'll notice that every time we stop, there's an adhesive line. This area is hidden behind the door handle but some clients care about it, especially if it's for color change. We can see the lines in this area when we look closely. It looks like a bad painting job, but it is actually a bad warp job. This is not because we did something wrong. It's because the adhesive is changing the setup. red vinyl wrap It sets when the adhesive reaches a tension point. We will be able see the trace of stroke. This will reduce the quality of your wrap. Sometimes, if the client is very picky, you might have to re-do it. We will be using our thumbs to implement a new technique. This technique is based upon the palm technique, which was created by professional wrappers. We work the material first to the recessed areas before moving to the flat to avoid adhesive lines. This is particularly useful for color changes. We will need to prepare the material for this double thumb method as usual. Make sure you clean it well. red vinyl wrap Next, we will use a little masking tape to bridge the groove in the handle. Make sure it is tight enough to keep the air out. After preparing it, we place the material on it as usual. We then put it on and bridge it exactly as we did before. Then, let's make the difference. Get the heat gun ready and heat the material. We are not using an application glove. Take both thumbs and lick them. This will allow us to remove the material from the recessed area in one stroke, without creating bubbles. This will promise that there will not be any adhesive lines because we went straight to the recessed areas. red vinyl wrap It is similar to the palm technique, which places the flat area first and the recessed one last. The flat area can be done the same way as with the door handle cup. This is faster than using an overlap stroke. Once everything is in place, lift the side up to remove the masking tape. The handle cup is now complete. This technique will eliminate adhesive lines and improve wrap quality, especially for color changes. It will make both you and your client happy. Tips for wrapping your car Door handle Double thumbs technique How to wrap a car Installation TeckWrap Wrap tips

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