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Old 12-03-2012, 12:59 PM
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i use, di-noc for interior & exterior. just depends on what the customer wants. i prefer to use the 3m 1080 since its easier to work with, goes over complex curves/recessed areas/ folds over edges better. i also use the cf fabric sold by www.pyspeed.com www.destronsgarage.com. these products i use maybe 1 out of 100 now, vinyl is much easier to use, thinner, wraps corners better, more reliable.

so in order of best to worst to work with best 1st:

1- 3m 1080 vinyl
2- 3m di-noc vinyl
3- cf fabric
4- non air release vinyl/cheap chinese vinyl with no air release

"Is the Di-Noc glue any better-- the inside curved corners don't stay put with the 1080 in the hot Southern California sun. "

the di-noc glue is stronger in my opinion, the di-noc material is just too thick. it's all about how you cut your relief cuts, where you decide to start stretching on a curved section, and if you are usung 3m primer 94 or not, and if you are using 3m primer 94 correctly/ in the right spots.

thanks for the detailed & well put together questions & comments! =)
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