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  • Waboo
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    Originally posted by randytyler View Post
    Wow! That looks sharp!

    I've primed the MDF with Kilz and am planning a couple coats of gloss paint to provide a good application surface.

    Going with the Electric Blue: https://www.parts-express.com/VViViD...-ft.-x-350-519

    Thank you for sharing your experience with the product.
    That is one sharp looking blue.

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  • a4eaudio
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    I used some black carbon fiber on a subwoofer (it was for my son so I don't have pictures). My advice...treat it like painting...it will be as good as the surface you start from, i.e., it will show any flaws. I wish I would have done a small practice piece as I had some flaws, but they were 100% user-error, not because of the product itself.

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  • randytyler
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    Wow! That looks sharp!

    I've primed the MDF with Kilz and am planning a couple coats of gloss paint to provide a good application surface.

    Going with the Electric Blue: https://www.parts-express.com/VViViD...-ft.-x-350-519

    Thank you for sharing your experience with the product.

    Leave a comment:


  • billfitzmaurice
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    I use it a lot, for instance:



    However, you can't put it over bare wood or MDF, it must be applied over a smooth varnished or oiled surface or it will lift. You also have to warm it with a hairdrier as you apply it, especially on corners.

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  • randytyler
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    VVIVID XPO vinyl wrap?

    I'm planning to trying this vinyl wrap on a new pair of bookshelf speakers and am wondering if anyone here has used it before? Any tips or tricks for installing it on speaker cabinets? Here's a link the the product at PartsExpress: https://www.parts-express.com/search...relevance:desc

    Thank you,

    Randy
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